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r services to the defence of the Old Dominion, and you may rely upon it that they will give a good account of themselves. Our troops here are rapidly progressing in the drill, and will soon be as thorough soldiers as any in the field. Lieut. Col. R. Milton Cary has been ordered to take command of all the country between this point and the Potomac, including Camp Mercer. He is a most thorough soldier, and everything that is entrusted to his hands will be executed in the proper and most ehe "boys" dine in town, and those that take a gastronomic view of the times think that old Fredericksburg is the finest garrison in the Southern Confederacy. Mercer. Headquarters, "Camp Mercer,"Near Fredericksburg, May 14, 1861. Capt. Cary yesterday, accepted his Lieut. Colonelship, and will be, it is reported, at once placed as officer in command over this rendezvous, where military from Caroline. Stafford, Spotsylvania, Fredericksburg, and perhaps from elsewhere, are to centre