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hundred men each are to be raised. They are to serve within the circuit of the batteries around Manchester and Richmond. Capt. Elliott is appointed Major, and the officers are so be elected by the several companies. Capt. Elliott indicates five gentlemen, all good soldiers, with whom he has lodged the power to enroll, each, one hundred men. They are to act as Captains if the requisite number be obtained. They are Louis J. Bossieux, Wm. L. Maule, John H. Greener, J. F. C. Potts, and Wm. Wirt Harrison. All these citizens are well-known. They are all known as skilful soldiers. The would all make first rate officers. The term of service is to be six months, unless sooner discharged. The battalion is to do all the duties of soldiers within the limits above mentioned. There is scarcely a citizen in Richmond who does not see the necessity of some such organization. And if it be done at all, it ought to be done promptly. Order must be kept at home, while our army is in the fie