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A Lesson for the Faint-Hearted. Wylliesburg, Va., March 21st, 1862. To the Editors of the Dispatch: We are, to some extent, wrapped in the mantle of gloom and uncertainty. The serious reverses of fortune which we have recently sustained, has been the Pandora to the hopes of many of our people, and become a breaker of gigantic proportions in the great high way of their once firm and enthusiastic confidence in the ultimate triumphant and glorious success of our efforts. There are those among us, "living and having their existence in our midst," whose timid, despondent and irresolutenesses have led them to believe our cause a hopeless one; who can already paint in vivid and striking colors the mode of our complete subjugation, the deprivation of our freedom, the plunder of our property, and our doom to unconditional servitude and bondage.--They read already with fear and trembling the unsparing mandate of Lincoln, in his imperial authority measuring out death to the leade