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in the last day or two, it is unnecessary for me to speak in detail, as your citizens have had an opportunity to see them and form their own opinions. They were enthusiastically received here, and greatly admired for their fine appearance. The cavalry encamped near the city on Thursday night, though many of the members came into town and were entertained by our citizens. I learn that there are more to join this company in a short time. The Crimea Artillery, Capt. Joseph White, from Dinwiddie, have arrived and encamped at the Fair Grounds. They are an able looking set of fellows, every inch men, numbering about 60. They brought no piece of artillery along with them. The Nottoway Cavalry, reported to be the finest mounted, the best equipped, and best armed company in Virginia, are, I understand, awaiting orders to march. They are armed each with a pair of field revolvers, carbines, broadswords and bowie-knives, and thoroughly fitted up for a protracted campaign. The Not