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art of New England. He is a lawyer, but does not occupy a high standing at the bar. Mr. Pierpont is a member of the Methodist Protestant Church, and a fanatic in religion. John S. Carlile is not considered a first rate man in intellect, nor is he looked upon in Northwestern Virginia as any but the nominal leader of the present movement. Its real head and brains is a Methodist Protestant preacher residing in Wheeling, who is said to have more foresight, address and energy then all the rest of the traitor put together. Col. Kelley who played the role of a military chieftain at Phillippi, is not a native of Virginia. He married a Virginia lady, now dead, and at the beginning of the war was agent of a Southern railroad company in Philadelphia. He came on to Wheeling and enlisted his force there, which consisted principally of Germans and other foreigners and natives of Pennsylvania and Ohio living in Wheeling one-fourth of the population of which city are of foreign birth.
Returned home. --The many friends of Quartermaster Thomas E. Sims, of the Provisional Army of Virginia, will be gratified in hearing of his safe return to this city. Capt. Sims was wounded and taken prisoner at Phillippi, Barbour county, several weeks age, in a fight between the enemy and the Virginia forces under Col. Porterfield.