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to prevent the larceny of a portion of his property by the chief of the Ellsworth zouaver, on the entry of that band of assassins in Alexandria. The standard of Gen. Wise is now raised in the West, and, as a Southern contemporary says-- "We expect to hear soon of the best and most brilliant work that will be done during the war, should the enemy meet him, from the column under command of the fiery and impetuous Gov. Wise. He is the right sort of a man for the work before him — hard fighting and plenty of it. His tireless energy, his restless ardor, his impulsiveness, are the very qualities to make a great warrior, and just what are required now in Vido it? If not, we ought to cease blowing. But we are able — we have the men to do the work, they have gone for that purpose, and it is time they were at it. "Wise is the man for the business, and we expect him to fight when he meets the enemy, let the odds be as they may; and if the enemy will not come, he will go after him.
From Kanawha. --The editor of the Lewisburg Chronicle publishes some facts from a letter dated Charleston, Kanawha county, June 30: Gen. Wise was then in Charleston, and Capt. O. J. Wise's company, the Richmond Blues, left Charleston about 10 o'clock at night, June 29th, for Gilmer county, in consequence of having learned that about 100 of the enemy had crossed over and were committing depredations. Capt. Brock's Rockingham Cavalry and Capt. Beirne's Monroe Rifles had also left, but were expected to return in a few days. One of the Monroe Company died on the 29th from measles; he exposed himself imprudently during his sickness. A company of Riflemen arrived on the 30th from Roane county, with three prisoners; one of them a delegate to the Wheeling Convention, and the others had violated the persons of two ladies. The people were talking of lynching them, but the writer thought they would be left in the hands of the legal tribunals. So far as the writer can judge from w
Federal troops in a trap. Buckhannon, Va., July 9. --O. Jennings Wise has the Federal troops in a trap at Glenville. Two Federal troops in a trap at Glenville. Two Federal regiments have gone to their assistance.