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E. C. Moncure, Esq., acting as Secretary — a check for $250 was presented the company from Mr. Geo. Taylor, of King William; whereupon the following resolutions of thanks and compliment to the liberiotic donor were unanimously adopted: 1. Resolved, That in acknowledging the receipt of Mr. Taylor's check, we tender him our sincere and heartfelt thanks for his kind and generous consideratiolaims the sincerity of his devotion to the cause of our mother State; and that we recognize in Mr. Taylor a man of eminent public spirit and true patriotism--one worthy to be a bright exemplar to the fathers of the land. 2. Resolved, That Mr. Taylor be elected an honorary member of this company. As a further instance of Mr. Taylor's liberality, we may mention that he has also given $950 tMr. Taylor's liberality, we may mention that he has also given $950 to Capt. Wm. R. Aylett, of the "Taylor Grays," King William county, for the use of that company. The Wytheville papers chronicle the following evidences of individual patriotism: Mr. Jos. Clo