mplar to the fathers of the land.
2. Resolved, That Mr. Taylor be elected an honorary member of this company.
As a further instance of Mr. Taylor's liberality, we may mention that he has also given $950 to Capt. Wm. R. Aylett, of the "Taylor Grays," King William county, for the use of that company.
The Wytheville papers chronicle the following evidences of individual patriotism:
Mr. Jos. Cloyd, of Pulaski, has authorized the Governor to draw on him for $10,000, and says his whr families should be provided for during their absence.
He expresses his willingness to sacrifice his all for the common defence against the fanatic horde of Abe Lincoln.
What Wythe county is doing will be seen from the following:
The "Grays," one of the first companies called into service, numbers upwards of 90 men; the "Davis Chargers" 54, the Mt. Airy Company 80, the Wythe Minute Men about 60, the Wytheville Rifles 42--making in all upwards of 300 men. The portion of the county no