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State of Virginia. But these men saw no hope of obtaining adequate assistance and protection from the South; and not willing to sacrifice everything, many of them yielded to the force of circumstances, to the necessities of the case and whilst they are for the present under the Lincoln yoke, they are earnestly wishing and ardently praying that the Southern army may come to their deliverance. The enemy will hold Northwestern Virginia in spite of us, and not only so, but just so sure, Mr. Editor, as you do not regain the Northwest, will your own fair heritage in Eastern Virginia be subjugated by the North. And yet, in the face of these facts — for facts they are — we hear it said, from time to time, that "Western Virginia is not worth fighting for. Let the Yankees have it," &c. I have heard such remarks frequently; and not long since a well dressed officer, who, however, had never been in a battle, and never will be if he can help it, remarked that "Northwestern Virginians want u