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ation is addressed, and who are as much interested in the present momentous struggle as any who have already staked their lives and their all upon its result, will be expected to respond to the appeal of their State with cheerfulness and zeal. By it the choice is offered them of a twelve months service in the State, or of a three years service, by the extension of the Conscript act, in the army of the Confederate States. In addition to this, the advantages of a Partisan Ranger service will be extended to the Virginia State Line, and all property taken from the enemy will be equally distributed among those capturing it. As it is desired that a large portion of the command should be mounted, any embraced in the Governor's call can enter the cavalry service by furnishing their own horses. The compensation of mounted men in the command will be $24 per month, and the pay of the value of their horses if killed in battle. [Signed,]Jno. B. Floyd, Maj.-Gen. Com'g Va. State Line.