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the times, that ramification will be the order of the day. On that subject, more anon. Our people are full of patriotism and chivalry, and it would not be amiss for me here to state that gentlemen of this place, who hung to the Union with so much love and tenacity, with a lingering hope of its preservation upon terms of equality, that they stood firm upon the last plank of the wreck, but grasping Sic Semper Tyrannis, are now heart, soul and body, using their influence and means in perfecting an organization touching the Southern cause. Philip Williams, D. W. Burton, T. T. Fauntleroy, Esq., and the indefatigable editor of the Winchester Republican, and last, not least, the gallant Palmer of the Virginian, who advocated the secession of Virginia at an early period — such are the men, with a host of others, who are determined to do or die, sharing a common destiny with the yeomanry of old Frederick, Virginia, and the galaxy that forms the glorious Confederate States. Frederick.