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A Drill of the Patrick Henry Rifles took place on Saturday at Jones' Cross Roads, in Hanover county, distant about 20 miles from this city. A flag of the Southern Confederacy was raised. Many recruits joined the company, which now numbers 107 men. Speeches were made by Messrs. Wm. Nelson, Chas. Cooke, H. S. Lowrey, John Page, Jr., and Henley C. Doswell.--The latter, an old man on the shady side of 60, and a cripple, agreed to equip six young men who were unable to do so themselves, and he gave an assurance that as long as he had any corn in his bins or fodder to feed cattle with, their families should not want for the necessaries of life. This is the right spirit. The utmost enthusiasm prevailed at the above meeting. Virginia is yet unconquered. Virginians unconquerable.