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spair. I will stick to our flag as long as life lasts, and our people will worry the devils till they are exhausted. What! unite with them again, or be their Provinces! Sink everything first! I would rather, in that extremity, that our country should become the province of any kingdom on the face of the globe. But, courage! Let our young men volunteer promptly, and we will have an army that will nobly do the work and set our country tree." Camp Ashby, Middlesex, Feb. 28. Editors Dispatch: I noticed in your issue of Saturday, Feb. 15th, some remarks from one of the members of the Virginia Legislature, upon the subject of the reduction of the pay of officers engaged in this war, and the advance of the pay of privates. It is true the necessities of many of the latter, in our ranks require an increase of pay, still it should remain as it is, (for the sake of our glorious cause,) unless that of the officers be reduced. We have patriotism enough, I trust, to make us w