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that most of them hail originally from the land of wooden nutmegs, and are attaches of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, which runs through the town. A mutual amnesty seems to have been established by common consent between the Unionionists and Secessionists, hence there is little or none of the crimination and recrimination which might naturally be expected when the chances of war throw them within the lines of either armies. Martinsburg is the home of the vivacious and celebrated Miss Belle Boyd, as obnoxious to the Yankees as she is enthusiastic in our cause. She has determined to brave the presence of the enemy, now liable to occupy Martinsburg at any day. Gen. Paul J. Semmes, of Georgia, wounded at Gettysburg, died here, at the residence of Mr. Allen, Thursday night, and was consigned to the grave Sunday morning. He was struck by a missile in the thigh on Thursday of the battle, which severed the femoral artery. He immediately applied a tourniquet, and was taken to th