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4 fine looking Virginia soldiers. The Fairfax Rifles, Captain W. A. Barnes, a fine looking company of men, arrived here yesterday, and went into barracks, on Prince street, near Fairfax. The Fairfax Cavalry, under command of Capt. M. B. Ball, arrived in this city last evening, making a fine show and attracting general attention. The flag of the Confederate States, with a star for Virginia, was raised at the camp ground near Leesburg, yesterday, amid great enthusiasm. Maj. C. B. Ball, of Loudoun, has been appointed Paymaster in the army of Virginia, and is to be stationed in Richmond. From Washington. Washington, April 25. --The Seventh Regiment, numbering 1,000 men, of New York, the company which was so feted in Richmond, Va., not long since, and whose officers made such professions of attachment and affection for the citizens of the Southern States, arrived here to-day from Annapolis. The Massachusetts Regiment, which has been at Annapolis for so
Loudoun county. --The County Court of Loudoun has voted $50,000 for the purpose of arming the county, and placing the same in a state of defence. Major C. B. Ball, B. P. Noland, Esq., Col. John George and Matthew Harrison, Esq., are in the field for the Legislature. These gentlemen have declared themselves in favor of secession.
Personal. --Among the arrivals at the Exchange yesterday, were R. H. McKim, Balt.; Col. Croghan, Wise Legion; O. B. Funston, Clarks; C. B. Ball, Loundon; S. W. Ficklin, Charlottesville; Wm. Allen, Surry; W. P. Regburn, N. C.; G. H. Shorter, Ala.--At the Spottswood, Commodore Tatnall, Ga; Otey Bradford, Virginia Marine Corps; H. G. Geiger, N. O.; Col. George Coppens, of French Zouave Regiment at Yorktown.