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to resign, though urged to do so by his friends. But all such instances of a preference for what is deemed the stronger power are not to be dwelt upon. The power opposed to us cannot subdue us. Our cause is just. We are doubly armed. It is a contest for our individual liberty — and notwithstanding the gigantic efforts making at the North, and the united action of a people where, we were told, there existed a conservative element — an element in favor of the South, headed by Filmore, Peirce, and Cushing, who have now come out against us, we are yet not cast down, but resolved to resist to the death in defence of our homes, our firesides, and our liberties. Old Dominion. From the Camp.[special correspondence of the Dispatch.] Headquarters Third Reg't, Va. Vols., April 26, 1861. Having been comfortably quartered at the Naval Hospital at Portsmouth, which is now the headquarters of the Third Regiment, commanded by Col. James Gregory Hodges, Lieutenant Colonel D.