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a few words on his arrival. Said he, among other things, "Your old men may stay at home; your children may stay at home; but your women should make petticoats for those of your young men who refuse to meet the foe." The Blues, "led by Capt. C. J. Wise, were regarded with deep interest, from the fact that they had recently — to use their Captain's own words--"been under fire" They are remarkably efficient, as can be seen at a glance. They are firemen to be led by such a General. The Brigade of General Wise will be first in creased during its stay at the place. I know not the number he intends to raise, but am confident that it will easily be obtained. And, mark you, he will give them service. A number of wagons and several cannon arrived several days since. A fine company from Monroe is also here, with one from our own county just organized Greenbrier has already five companies in the field, with three more uniforming. As the reports of the different engagements re
.the military of Rock bridge — fine crops. &c. Lexington, Va., June 17, 1861. Rock bridge is still engaged in furnishing troops for the great struggle in which we are now engaged. On the 13th, a company of Rangers was organized, with Col. S. C D. vidson, the Colonel commandant of the 10th Regiment of Militia, as its Captain. George Jordan, (who served during the Mexican war as Texan Ranger,) Dr. Cameroa, and W. A. Ruff, as Lieutenants It is understood that this company will join General Wise's Brigade. On the 15th instant, a large company of Riflemen organized in the Fairfield District, with the Rev. John Miller, late of Philadelphia, as Captain, and other compared gentlemen as Lieutenants. When these two companies are mustered into service, which will be as speedily as possible, Rockbridge will have furnished ten companies Let other counties boast of what they can do, we have come fully up to the mark that was mered by the most active and zealots of our friends who favored