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Cavalry is the terror of the Hessians. They firmly believe the corps numbers thousands of desperate riders. The following complimentary notice, which we copy from the Warrenton (Va.) Flag, does no more than justice to the men and their commander: Too much cannot be said in praise of this gallant company. In the late Bull Run battle they took a most active part in pursuing the enemy, and labored from the evening of the 21st until sunrise the next morning in breaking the blockade of Cub Run that was formed by the retreating teamsters and artillerymen, besides making several charges on the enemy and taking many prisoners. Led by their valiant Captain, the Ivanhoe of 61, this brave company are winning laurels to grace their brows through all coming time Enduring hardships cheerfully, and battling unflinchingly for their dearest rights of home and country, old Virginia may well be proud of such sons — true sons to a true mother.--Many a maiden's heart throbs with pride, and