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ts. The ladies of the town, in large numbers, have been at work all the week in the Presbyterian Church, in preparation peculiar to their line of duty. Botetourt. This county is rallying gloriously to the call of the Commonwealth. The Valley Sentinel says: The Fincastle Rifles, Capt. Thompson, 80 strong — as brsmile or self conceited smirk upon their visages, but with minds made up, ready to do and to dare, and if needs be die, in behalf of their proud old mother. Botetourt and Craig will probably send a regiment of brave volunteers into the field. Providing the means. The little county of Craig, on Monday last, by voluntaralso, that Montgomery has made up a subscription of $10,000, to be used by her volunteers. A gentleman in Buchanan gives $1,000 for the use of the volunteers of Botetourt. An Editor's farewell. The Tappahannock, "Rural Southerner"contains the following announcement: The publication of the "Rural Southerner" will be