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outh yesterday afternoon. Shortly after their departure the Danville train arrived with nearly 100 Lincolnites from Guyandotte, Virginia, where they were captured by a body of our troops under Lieut.- Col. Clarkson, last Sunday week. These men were part of a newly-organized regiment, which they called the "9th Virginia." The whole concern was annihilated or captured, and a large number of superior arms and some thirty horses were secured. The Colonel was killed, and-the Lieut. Colonel, K. V. Whaley, who is represented to be a "member of Congress," taken prisoner, but subsequently escaped. Among the lot who arrived last evening are a number of embryo captains, who were expecting commissions when they fell into the hands of the "rebels." After the fight the prisoners were subjected to the tallest kind of marching before they arrived at our headquarters. Pate's Rangers and Caskie's Rangers were in the engagement. The officers who came with the prisoners are Captain H. C. Pate, of Pe