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gh the medium of these journals, should regard it all as a muddle? Loyal Postmasters. The Baltimore Exchange has received the following from a subscriber. That paper says he is but one of the many who are made the victims of this petty tyranny: To the Editors of the Baltimore Exchange: --Gentlemen — Please do not forward any more of my papers, at this time, as I am not permitted to take them from the office. "Order truly reigns in Warsaw. Yours respectfully, Sept. 1, 1861. The New York day Book. The proprietors of the New York Day Book have addressed a letter to the Courier des Etats Unis, denying that they have abandoned the position they have hitherto maintained. "The Day Book," they say "has neither interrupted its publication, nor by word or deed taken a position different from what it has preserved up to this moment. As Americans and freemen, its editors are determined to sustain the dignity of the press or perish in its defence." "our
Williansburg, Va., Sept. 1, 1861. I wish to let you hear from this place. We are at work, although you hear from us so seldom. Miss. J. B., of this place, at one time a resident of your city, has been wearing Virginia homespun for dresses for some time. She is of Northern birth, but of strong Southern feelings. She was the first of this place to put on homespun and go to church with it on, instead of silk or lawn. There are many more ready to follow her in this great work of freedom and right. The ladies are at work making coats and pants for soldiers around here. We have had a good many deaths here among the soldiers, but now we are quite well and strong, ready to fight the enemy at any time. A Hoxespun Soldier, (in camp.)