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she would live on bread and water the remainder of her days." The people here, in Monroe county, are loyal, and wish to remain so. Their sons, brothers, and husbands, are in the Confederate service, and they are true; yes, true as the load-stone. I refer to the great mass of the population; but the Administration seems about to put their patriotism on the rack. The Forty-fifth Virginia Regiment, the only protection to this country, is withdrawn. If it be true that the forces from Meadow Bluff are to be ordered away, I assure you one of the finest sections of Virginia is gone. For, when a people are overrun, chained, stripped of their property, and demoralized by familiarity with their captors, they are gone from their former allegiance. The writer once lived here a number of years, and is much acquainted with this Kanawha Valley; and there must be something done for this people. Let the enemy once cross Pock's ferry, only 12 miles West of here, in the absence of a force