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Movements of Federal troops in Western Virginia:Outrages on our citizens!Virginians pursued into the woods and fired at.one man killed and another wounded.the trip from Wheeling to Mannington — Seines en Route — Arrest of citizens — the Earned bridges, &c. We find in the Wheeling Intelligencer full accounts of the movements
nly 12 miles above Parkersburg.
A gentleman from Parkersburg reports that a thousand Union troops left that place on Monday morning for Grafton, over the North western Virginia road.
It is said the bridges are also destroyed on this road, so that these troops, like those at Mannington, will be detained.
more troops for Graf only foes are armed traitors, and show mercy even to them when in your power, for many of them are misguided.
When, under your protection, the loyal men of Western Virginia have been enabled to organize and arm, they can protect themselves, and you can then return to your homes with the proud satisfaction of having preserved a g<