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From Gen. Floyd's camp. Floyd's retreat from Cotton Hill — its occupation by the Yankees-- prisoners — an advance of the Federals Probable — the condition of Western Virginia, &c. [Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.] Lewisburg, Va., Nov. 23, 1861. You are doubtless apprised, ere this, of the retreat of Gen. Floyd from Cotton Hill. He came near being surrounded, and lost considerable baggage, including many of his tents. After he had passed beyond the mouth of the not set for him, a report spread among the pursuing Yankees that the rebel cavalry were about to get into their rear. Thereupon they faced to the "right about," and b. Here then was the indecorous anomaly of two hostile armies in full run from each other at the same instant. I learn that the Yankees have fallen back to Cotton Hill, while Floyd's main body is between Raleigh Court-House and Parg's Ferry. For several days we have had rumors that the enemy were crossing Big Sewell, twenty-f<