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(Republican) has the following letter narrating the exploits of the Federal troops in Western Virginia: Shinnston, Va., June 22.--Yesterday a detachment of Ohio troops, under Capt. Calle, of the 20th regiment, company I, arrived here from Mannington, via Hessville and Lumbersport, at which last place they took several prisoners. Shortly after nightfall Capt. Calle detached a squad of men to go down to Righter's, under the guidance of two of our citizens. On arriving at Righter's house Ca stables, barn, and all the outbuildings, and they were consumed in one general conflagration. I was present and witnessed it. They then took all the horses on the farm, several wagons and buggies, loaded the wounded men into them and moved to Mannington. Another company from Fairmont went to Worthington — About 150 came down from Clarksburg this afternoon, and in company with a body of Home Guards from Simpson's creek, went over to the Coon's run country just after dark. Their object is to f