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A New correspondent — the soldiers of Bath — Hospital — the Northwestern army, &c. Bath Co., Va. Sept. 6, 1861. In looking over your most excellent, valuable and interesting columns, I was surprised at your number of correspondents from the East, and still more so at such a small number of effusions from the glorious West. Observing that old Bath still remained unrepresented, (pardon me, I did not intend to insinuate that her brave and gallant sons have not volunteered their services for the protection of all that is so dear to them on earth — their State, their Government, their liberty, their families and their homes--God and justice forbid that such should have been my intention;) but I did intend to say that she remained as yet unrepresented by any one in your long list of correspondents. But to proceed; Virginia seceded April 16th; the following Monday (22d) Bath sent a splendid company of dragoons, numbering eighty-five men, who were ordered to Staunton; were mustere
ittsylvania to state my knowledge of the condition of the stockholders of said bank, I take pleasure in saying, I believe I am personally acquainted with every stockholder in said bank, and hesitate not to say they are generally men of means and character. P. S.--I am, and have been, Treasurer of the Pittsylvania Savings Bank for the last ten years, which institution, by a unanimous vote, subscribed for $20,000 stock in the Bank of Pittsylvania. Coalman D. Bennett. Danville, Sept. 6th, 1861. At the request of Wm. W. Keen, Esq., President of the Bank of Pittsylvania, we take pleasure in stating that we are acquainted, either personally or by reputation, with the entire Board of Directors of the Bank of Pittsylvania, and state that they are all gentlemen of high character and enjoy the confidence of the people in this section of the country. We also state that, so far as we know, the Stockholders are generally persons of character and means. We will further state that