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r the people of this section of Virginia. The important question in regard to the oath of allegiance has justly excited considerable interest in this community, and is being very generally discussed.--There can be no denying the authority of Gov. Pierpoint in this matter, and, we are glad that he has so promptly met the difficulty by designating who are to be required to take the oath; it clears the way and leaves no occasion for debate upon the subject. Those officials who pretend that they oJeff. Davis's bogus Government can now be easily and very properly got rid of. We call particular attention to the following: "On or before Friday next (20th inst.) every State, county, city, and town officer within the jurisdiction of Governor Pierpoint, of Virginia, and all officers of the militia, and officers and privates of volunteer companies of the State not mustered into the service of the United States, will be required to take the following oath: "I solemnly swear (or affirm)