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cated and voted for "rejection" of the Ordinance of Secession, now express a willing submission to the overwhelming majority of the people, and declare their readiness to take up arms in defence of the unity and independence of the State. The voice of the people ratified the action of the State Convention in thundering tones that will resound throughout the North and the whole world. Under the very frown of Lincoln's artillery, men said they would no longer serve him. The action of the 23d May, 1861, must now be ratified by the sword. This latter ratification will approxmate unanimity nearer than the first. We are aware that there are many traitors in this section and the Northwest; but the great bulk of the poeple are true to Virginia, and are now fast rallying to her support. We very much regret the large "rejection" vote, and especially of this county, and fear that the enemy may so far rely upon the apparent disaffect on as to invade us; however, if he does, he will have made