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Address from Gen. Floyd. The following address "To the people of Western Virginia" has just been issued by Gen. Floyd: Headquarters Va., State Line, Wytheville, Aug. 2, 1862. The recent proclamation of the Governor, calling into the service of the State a portion of her reserved militia, has been published to heGen. Floyd: Headquarters Va., State Line, Wytheville, Aug. 2, 1862. The recent proclamation of the Governor, calling into the service of the State a portion of her reserved militia, has been published to her people.--This proclamation was necessitated by the determination of the Northern Government to crush the Southern States, and first of all Virginia — a determination evinced by the late call of Lincoln for six hundred thousand additional troops--three hundred thousand to be raised by voluntary enlistment and three hundred thousation of the command should be mounted, any embraced in the Governor's call can enter the cavalry service by furnishing their own horses. The compensation of mounted men in the command will be $24 per month, and the pay of the value of their horses if killed in battle. [Signed,]Jno. B. Floyd, Maj.-Gen. Com'g Va. State Line.