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orp'l Lewis A Jacob, Richmond; Privates L B Jones, Caroline co; F M Butler, Hanover; W A Nelson, Louisa; Jesse S Segar, Norfolk; Wm A Trice, Louisa; Jas S Wallace, Fredericksburg; Jas B Whitlock, LouiLouisa; Jas S Wallace, Fredericksburg; Jas B Whitlock, Louisa; John B Ladd, Richmond; William Smith, Louisa; E F Dickinson, Charlotte; Robt J Waldrop, Louisa. They belonged to company E, 25th battalion Virginia infantry. Town reports. There were Louisa; John B Ladd, Richmond; William Smith, Louisa; E F Dickinson, Charlotte; Robt J Waldrop, Louisa. They belonged to company E, 25th battalion Virginia infantry. Town reports. There were a good many reports in the city yesterday about large "risings" of the population in Maryland in favor of the Confederates. One had it that 15,000 Marylanders had joined the command of a distinguisheLouisa; E F Dickinson, Charlotte; Robt J Waldrop, Louisa. They belonged to company E, 25th battalion Virginia infantry. Town reports. There were a good many reports in the city yesterday about large "risings" of the population in Maryland in favor of the Confederates. One had it that 15,000 Marylanders had joined the command of a distinguished fellow-citizen of theirs who accompanied our forces; and another that 8,000 had enlisted under his command. As the "risings" in Maryland during former invasions of our troops have not been of a verLouisa. They belonged to company E, 25th battalion Virginia infantry. Town reports. There were a good many reports in the city yesterday about large "risings" of the population in Maryland in favor of the Confederates. One had it that 15,000 Marylanders had joined the command of a distinguished fellow-citizen of theirs who accompanied our forces; and another that 8,000 had enlisted under his command. As the "risings" in Maryland during former invasions of our troops have not been of a very formidable or determined character, it is more than likely that the present rumors have their real foundation in the ardent desire of our people to see the men of that noble old State make a co-oper