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connection with the influence of Mr. Madison, obtained a Midshipman's commission for him, and sent him forth in the hope that in despite of his early disadvantages he might do honor to his native place. His recent incendiary exploit proves that first principles are most durable, and doubtless he would be willing to demolish the whole State, provided he could by so doing obliterate all recollections of his early history. In honorable contrast to him is the gallant Spotswood, a native of Orange also. He (a great nephew of the immortal Jenkins,) resigned his commission in the Federal Navy, assisted in extinguishing the flames kindled by the parricide Jenkins, and was the first to plant our glorious Southern banner where had before waved the now dishonored Stars and Stripes. The rebellion in Northwestern Virginia has not assumed formidable proportions, although the Wheeling Intelligencer, Morgantown Star, and some other tory papers, are doing their almost to inflame the minds o
connection with the influence of Mr. Madison, obtained a Midshipman's commission for him, and sent him forth in the hope that in despite of his early disadvantages he might do honor to his native place. His recent incendiary exploit proves that first principles are most durable, and doubtless he would be willing to demolish the whole State, provided he could by so doing obliterate all recollections of his early history. In honorable contrast to him is the gallant Spotswood, a native of Orange also. He (a great nephew of the immortal Jenkins,) resigned his commission in the Federal Navy, assisted in extinguishing the flames kindled by the parricide Jenkins, and was the first to plant our glorious Southern banner where had before waved the now dishonored Stars and Stripes. The rebellion in Northwestern Virginia has not assumed formidable proportions, although the Wheeling Intelligencer, Morgantown Star, and some other tory papers, are doing their almost to inflame the minds o
North Carolina troops. --The First Regiment of North Carolina Volunteers are under orders to proceed to Virginia. The following companies constitute the Regiment:--Orange Light Infantry, Capt. Ashe; Warrenton Guards, Capt. Wade; Hornet's Nest Rifles, Capt. Williams; Enfield Blues, Capt. Bell; Lumberton Guards, Capt. Norment; Dublin Rifles, Capt. Kenan; Charlotte Greys, Capt. Ross; Thomasville Rifles, Capt. Miller; Granville Greys, Capt. Wortham; Columbus Guards, Capt. Ellis. The Cadets of the North Carolina Military Institute, eighty-five in number, are attached to this Regiment.--The utmost enthusiasm pervades the whole people of the State.