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Progress of the war. Unanimity among the people — Troops for Virginia — Affairs at Pensacola — Things in Maryland, &c. Virginia. Our correspondence from various sections of the State continues to furnish accounts of the enthusiastic feeling which pervades every class. From Louisa Court-House, we have the following, dated April 22d: The noble and self-preserving spirit of the people of this county was never wrought to such a pitch as it now is, and it appears, if possible, it
r — that is, the man who superintends the making of mortars bomb-shells, cannon, cannon balls, &c., and also the throwing of shells.
It has been acknowledged that he can throw shells with greater accuracy than any other man in the country.
The Baltimore American, of Monday, says:
The New York Seventh Regiment left New York at 6 o'clock on Saturday evening, and was expected to reach Baltimore at four o'clock on Friday.
We learn from a gentleman who left Philadelphia at