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has become a terror to the enemy, is composed in great part of old Union men. That the enemy takes the same view of the subject, is indicated by their arrest, under circumstances of great cruelty and oppression, of old Union men.-- The case of Mr. Janney, the President of the Virginia Convention, is a case in point. Not withstanding he was in delicate health, and was also confined to his house by the illness of his wife, he was visited, says the Enquirer, by some officers of the detested crew who have invaded our State, and required to provide food and other accommodations for them. They told him that they called on him with the greater pleasure, because they knew him by report as a good Union man. Mr. Janney replied that he had no part or lot in their Union; that he; with his State, belonged to another; that he had nothing for them; no aid or comfort in any way: that he knew he was in their power; and that they could exercise their pleasure upon him. The scoundrels carried off the