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Doc. 40.-a soldier's response. The subjoined communication reached us from the gallant officer whose signature it bears, and who, from a remote post of public duty, utters a voice of no uncertain sound in this day of civil trial. Such an utterance from such a source needs no word of introduction or commendation at our hands, as the reader will sufficiently learn from its perusal that the writer holds a pen as brilliant and as loyal as the sword he wields in the service of his country. Would that the trumpet-notes of his fervid appeal might yet reach the ears and move the hearts of his fellow-citizens in the great Commonwealth of which he is a native!--National Intelligencer. Fort Crittenden, Utah, June 6, 1861. I have seen the call of the Virginia Convention on all natives of the State in the army and navy, and have been the subject of other more pointed appeals. The respect which I owe to the opinions of the citizens of my native State demands of me an answer — a