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other officers I am unable to ascertain.--This company was ordered to Rich Mountain, where, a few weeks after their arrival, Captain Ervin was seriously injured by a fall which he received, and has not recovered yet. He was a fine officer and his loss is much regretted by his company. Had the opportunity occurred, this brave gentleman would have given a good account of himself. After his mishap, the command devolved upon Lieut. Terrill. His company, called the Bath (Va.) Greys, were in Col. Heck's command, and were taken prisoners at Rich Mountain; were paroled, and are now at their respective homes waiting to be exchanged, when they will again start, as before, ready and eager for a brush with the enemy. They had a shooting match at Rich Mountain, in which the Greys far excelled, cutting the target literally to pieces, at the distance of three hundred yards. The cavalry and the Greys are composed of the flower of Bath. We have a regularly organized hospital at Warm Springs,