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's division, and Gen. Williams takes command at Hancock. From Western Virginia--attack by the Federal troops upon Huntersville — retreat of the Confederates, &c. Cincinnati, Jan. 6. --A special dispatch to the Garett, from Huttonsville, the 25th Ohio, three hundred of the 2d Virginia, and forty of Bracken's Cavalry, sent out by General Milroy, to attack Huntersville, was completely successful. They attacked the enemy on Saturday morning, consisting of four hundred and ninety cavalrng were captured and destroyed. Cincinnati, Jan. 6.--A dispatch to the Commercial, from Huttonsville, says: Huntersville was the rebel depot for their supplies in Western Virginia. Their cavalry were armed with carbines, and attacked us within two miles of Huntersville. We drove them from point to point, and finally they beat a hasty retreat out of the town as we charged through it. Their supplies, consisting of 350 bbls. flour, 300 bbls. of salted beef, 3,000 lbs. of salt,