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Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.affair in Jefferson county. Charlestown, Jefferson Co., Va, August 31, 1861. The invasion of our town by the vandal hordes of the North, and their near proximity to us now, have not subdued or subjugated as in the least. We are more resolute in the cause of liberty, and more vigorous in our efforts to achieve it than ever. It is true we have, like other unfortunate parts of our State, some traitors in our midst, but since our glorious victory at Manassas their position has by no means been an enviable one. Despised and contemned by all true and loyal citizens, they are condemned to an irksome seclusion from society or are obliged to intrude their presence where they are not welcome, but tolerated for the sake of politeness. It is of course not to be supposed that they possess much sensibility or refinement of feeling; such are entirely incompatible with political policy or miserable cowardice. Still, there is something human in all