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easant, in 1774, between the confederated tribes led on by their great chieftain Cornstalk, and the troops under the command of Gen. Andrew Lewis. This battle was one which had an important bearing on the revolution, soon to commence, insomuch as it put an end to those Indian hostilities which would otherwise have diverted the attention of Virginia from the encroachments of the English ministry, and left her free to inaugurate measures for resistance. No monument marks the spot where Colonel Chas. Lewis and Colonel Field fell covered with wounds, and where so many brave men lie on the field where they purchased victory with their blood. Plans have indeed been suggested at various times for suitably distinguishing the spot so memorable in our colonial history, but one by one they have been abandoned. Now the women of Point Pleasant have taken the enterprise under their control, and, of course, it must succeed. The Presbyterian says that a society has been organized, and was charter