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Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.mind of the people — Volunteers--Cavalry company--Montross Guards--a live Yankee Astray. Port Conway, King George Co., Va. May 21, 1861. Until a few weeks past our county contained a large number of so-called Unionists — men who clung to the hope of peaceful adjustment, and a final reconstruction of the old Union. But the base and treacherous policy of the "Old Ape" at Washington has wrought a radical change. The people are now fully aroused, and all animated with the same determined purpose to resist to the death any aggression that may come from the iniquitous North. Within the whole county we hear of only two or three "cold-bloods" who cry, "Give up all for peace!" but they are of that weak-kneed, faint-hearted class which forms the exception to the general rule of Southern character. A fine volunteer company, under command of Capt. B. T. Taylor, has been recently organized, and is now fully equipped for active service. A c