Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.
from the Tenth Legion.
New Market, June 19, 1861.
Last night our whole militia were ordered to rendezvous at Strasburg
as soon as possible.
has furnished about 1000 volunteers, and we will all go on Friday.
This is hard on us. Harvest and hay-making are just coming on, (ready,) but mowing Yankees suits us very well, if we can just get to see them — that is all we want.
We don't desire to leave the crops; (we have but few negroes here,) but if there was a certainty of a ‘"show"’ at them, we could all hurrah
is, we suppose, certainly evacuated; for what reason we are not in formed.
We hope, though, to get a speedy fight.
Shenandoah rifles will count.
Hurrah for Sic Semper Tyrannis
--three cheers for the ‘"Circle and Cross"’