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ce of the U. States, to serve only in the defence of your own soil. Arms and munitions will be furnished you — Assemble at once at your various county eats, and report to me for instructions.--Cavalry and infantry will be received at once. T. A. Morris, Brigadier General Commanding. Romney and Charlestown, Va. The Washington Star (Abolition) of Wednesday evening says: We apprehend that to-day or to-morrow the command of Col. Wallace, (of Indiana Zouaves,) that a day or two since took post at Cumberland, Md., will march upon Romney, Va., (22 miles distant,) to disperse 400 disunion troops now there. Gen. Morris is expected to send a regiment from Grafton to co-operate with them. the Advancing troops. We learn that the troops which started from this city since Saturday night, left the vicinity of Tenally town yesterday, and are now at or beyond Rockville — the Slemmer Guards, Capt. Knight; the Cameron Guards, and the National Rifles, under Major Smea