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President's call for volunteers. Among the resolutions, which were loyal and patriotic, was one indicating one of the objects of the mass meeting to be to inquire into the dissatisfaction alleged to exist in regard to the mode adopted by the State Government to raise the new quota, and to take all landable steps to allay the same by memorial or otherwise. Gen. Pope's army — Virginia to be laid Waste. The Northern papers contain advices from Pope's army to the 18th. The ladies of Warrenton. Va. it is stated, treat the Yankees with "dignified politeness." It was the impression that Jackson was in Staunton preparing for a "raid." Gen. Hatch's command was at Rapidan station, 74 miles from Washington. The following are the orders recently issued by Gen. Pope: General order, no. 5.Headq'rs army of Virginia,Washington, July 18, 1862. Hereafter, as far as practicable, the troops of this command will subsist upon the country in which their operations are carried on. In all