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each and every one of them. A simple statement of facts will establish the tenth of this proposition beyond the possibility of dispute or contradiction. Loudoun county, though she gave a very large majority for the Union candidates for the State Convention, sustained the ordinance passed by that Convention, by 902 majority, eesburg, while, no doubt the Courier's valiant correspondent heard them from afar, in the safe retreat of a hospital or baggage waggon. In addition to these, Loudoun has three full cavalry companies in the service--Capts. Dulany, Carter, and Mead. Capt. Carter's, was the company which made the gallant charge at Manassas. In pcattered as thick as tories were in South Carolina, in the Revolution; but as South Carolina was not denounced at that time, because of her tories, neither should Loudoun be thus denounced now because of the villainous treachery of comparatively a very small number of her people. The great body of her citizens are as loyal to the