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Re-Enlisting in the 18th Virginia.

--A correspondent writes us from the camp of the 18th Virginia regiment, near Centreville, to the effect that a majority of the ‘"Farmville Guards,"’ of Prince Edward county, Va., and a majority of the Nottoway Guards, Capt. Rowlett, both of the 18th Virginia regiment, have re-enlisted for the war. One-fourth of the entire regiment has already re-enlisted, and our correspondent thinks that the balance would cheerfully come up to the mark ‘"If they could believe that those who are at home would lend them a helping hand in the spring."’

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