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Hazardous expedition — incidents, &c. A correspondent of the Lynchburg Republican, writing from Lewisburg, Greenbrier county, March 14th, gives some interesting statements respecting affairs in that a portion of which we copy: Col. Jenifer's cavalry does nearly all the scouting duty of this division — besides about 200 guerrillas, styling themselves the "Moccasin Rangers, " the officers of whom have been recently commissioned by the Governor to fight in their own way, and strikers are watching them, and woe be unto them if they fall into their clutches. They take no prisoners, but carry them into the woods and turn them loose, so they say. It is also reported here that there are very few in the Kanawha Valley, nearly all having gone to Kentucky. The writer adds, in a postscript, that a report has reached Lewisburg that Jenifer's cavalry had attacked the enemy at Raleigh Court-House, killing fifty, taking seventy prisoners, and putting the remainder to flight