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Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.letter from Company "G"--how the men areFaring. Headq'rs Co. "G," 1st Reg Va. Vol., June 8, 1861. Seeing that you requested, through the columns of your paper, that you might have correspondence with the military of the different camps, I take this opportunity to drop you a few lines. We are quartered in a large barn and stable, having to drive out the horses and cows previous to taking possession. It would have amused you to have seen our boys looking for a soft place on the floor to rest their wearied limbs, having marched a distance of four miles in the middle of the night. We are all in high spirits and "spoiling for a fight." Old Abe's minions will certainly suffer at our hands if he would but just give us a chance. We are expecting him every night. Our pickets are very watchful. Just at this time of my writing, I see on my left our 4th Corporal, J. McD., seated on a flour barrel, being shaved by W. H. D., better known