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blish. The follow is an extract from the letter: "Two companies of cavalry, one from Washington county, and one from Amelia county, passed through here this morning to join Col. Stuart. "The Militia of Frederick, Clarke, Shenandoah, Rockingham, Page, Warren, Jefferson and Berkeley counties have been ordered out for six months or the war, and ordered to rendezvous here. Berkeley and Jefferson have not, as yet, responded to the call. A squad of men, however, left here by railroad thir," "Secession Pill Machine," etc. From a prisoner I obtained the following particulars concerning the First Virginia Regiment of Cavalry, which was engaged in the action at Hainesville: Loudoun County Cavalry, fifty men, Capt, Carter; Rockingham County Cavalry, sixty men, Captain White, three other companies from counties unknown, commanded by Capt. Yancey, fifty men; Capt. Haye, seventy-five men, and Capt. Doyle, sixty men. Besides these there were four other companies, the names of whos