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swim. The men belonging to Hon. Laban T. Moore's regiment, forming here, are all under arms, expecting an attack every hour. The town is full of reports from the country — depredations being committed in different parts of Laurance county. In Louisa, the county seat, it is said that several houses were burned last night. And now the report comes in, that six or seven thousand were marching on Louisa yesterday afternoon, and were expected there last night. The men have nearly all left that Louisa yesterday afternoon, and were expected there last night. The men have nearly all left that part of the country and are coming down here for assistance. If the rebels attack this place, I think they will get a warm reception. But I will not brag before the light comes off. You may wish to know where these six or seven thousand men came from. I will tell you what is said here. Some gentlemen who came here a few days since from Pike county say that the advance guard of an army came to the house of a farmer who lives in that county, took 20 or 30 head of cattle, killed them, and