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squadron, to be composed in part of the "Old Dominion Dragoons," and styled "squadron Old I ominion Dragoons." Of Captain Wm. R. Vaughan's success in raising such a squadron, his untiring efforts leave no room for doubt. For we have been thus early t entirely secured. It is also proposed to increase this body to a battalion, and the hope is foundly cherished that Capt. Vaughan, by pushing forward in this effort will succeed in raising a battalion of "mounted men." Such an organization, mce by force. As a large number are already enlisted in this enterprise, we sincerely trust — indeed, believe — that Captain Vaughan's efforts will secure a battalion of mounted men. We may also say that Capt. Vaughan was born and raised within threCapt. Vaughan was born and raised within three miles of Bethel, has practiced medicine in Hampton and surrounding country for twelve years, and is thoroughly acquainted with the lower peninsula. The gailant men of his command have the same advantages Gen. Magruder has repeatedly acknowledged