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From Western Virginia. outrages by the Yankees upon loyal Virginians — an Obnoxious oath Exacted — the families of Refuges only allowed half rations — Proposition of Roscorans Indignantly Rejected by a Southern woman — Government protection Necessary, &c. [correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.] Mouth of Indian, Monroe County, Va., December 29, 1861. Having received very late advices from the Kanawha border, and knowing them to be the most reliable to be obtained, I desire to place the public and the Government in possession of them. A refugee from the vicinity of Fayetteville has just arrived here, having suffered the lose of his entire property by the infernal vandals, who are now 2,000 strong at that place. They have fortified themselves, and have four pieces of ordinance--two on each side of the town. All of the loyal citizens have fled, some of them without their families or property. The demoralizing and corrupting oath of allegiance is inexorably ad
Centerville, Va. Dec. 29th, 1861 Mrs. S. H. Burton --Dear Madam; Permit me to thank you for the two bottles of home made wine you had the kindness to send me and which I have found to be most excellent. We shall have the pleasure of drinking it on New Year's day to your very good health and prosperity, and to the success of our sacred cause. With much respect, I remain dear madam, Your most obd't serv't, G. T. Beauregard,