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viz: that "whilst all possible protection would be given to those who would take the oath, no favor would be shown to those who would not do so." If they would threaten to arrest and imprison a citizen, who, both by age and oppression, (as in case of Rev. Mr. Adams) is exempt from military duty, for refusing to take the oath, is it at all improbable that they would arrest and comed to take it those actually enrolled for military service? But even if it should be true that the people of "For Hill" are going to the fort to swear allegiance to the United States, it is by no means an evidence that similar disloyalty to the South obtains in other neighborhoods.--That part of Elizabeth City county is largely settled by "Truckers," who live by supplying, not only the fort, but Northern cities, with their produce, and hence the blockade has brought their craft into danger. And who can tell what even an honest man will not do when his resources are about to be cut off, and starvation is sta
Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.a patriotic community. Scottsville, Albemarle County, Va., June 26, 1861. Scottsville, and the surrounding community, have rolled up, a longer list of soldiers than any place of the same size in Virginia. Major Henry Gantt, some weeks since, got up a company of 125, which is now at the seat of war, under command of Capt. A. W. Gantt. This morning, Capt. J. C. Hill, formerly a merchant of your city, left our town for the same destination, with a company of 64, making about 200 well drilled soldiers that this community has sent into the field. It is true that the counties of Albemarle, Fluvanna and Buckingham are within a stone's throw of our small town, (only 700 inhabitants,) and we are, therefore, indebted to the two adjacent counties for a number of our men. We are all fight, "and live and die