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Pruntytown, Taylor Co., Va., April 23d, 1861.
Pruntytown, Taylor Co., Va., April 23d, 1861. Yesterday was the regular term of the County Court for Taylor county. At an early hour the people of Grafton, Fetterman, Webster, Claysville, Flemington, and Rogue's Harbor, (all railroad towns in this county,) and a number of farmers, began to arrive.--The usual business of granting licenses to sell "the ardent" was attended to before dinner.--After dinner the people re-assembled at the Court-House to consult about our National troubles, when a number of interesting speeches were delivered. The occasion was the most agreeable and harmonious one I have ever seen in any political gathering in Western Virginia, (and I have been a close observer of political movements in this section of the State since 1830.) I feel proud of my native section of the Old Dominion, while I record the fact that she will roll up a majority for the ratification of the Secession Ordinance at the general election.--Gentlemen, "I am not mad, but speak fo