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ually indignant. The Journal says: We find in the Maysville Eagle the following copy of a letter from John S. Williams, which was taken from the person of ex-State Senator Henry M. Rust, who was killed at the battle of Ivy Mountain, near Pikesville.--The Eagle says the original is in the possession of the Hon. W. H. Wadsworth, and by "sweeping the mountains of every foe" is plainly meant that he designed to drive every Union man from his home before he commenced the same work of the devilople to defend their homes is to come in at once and bring their guns. I received instructions from Richmond yesterday to muster in for twelve months. Get up a force at once; a force strong enough to defend Pike county. I want a force at Pikesville immediately. I will muster them there for twelve months. Attend to this at once; no time is to be lost. Don't rest a moment until it is done. Yours, truly, John S. Williams. Victory of death. The following are the concluding