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men to be commissioned as second Lieutenants of the companies raised therein; and that they exercise their discretion as to the most effective means of obtaining volunteers, by holding public meetings and otherwise. Volunteers from the counties east of the Chesapeake bay, and south of the Rappahannock river, and cast of the Blue Ridge, will rendezvous at Norfolk, and from the residue of counties east of the Blue Ridge at Alexandria. Those from the Valley district will rendezvous at Martinsburg; and those from the Wheeling Congressional district, (except the county of Pleasants) at Wheeling and Grafton. Those furnished by the residue of the counties of the State will rendezvous at Charleston, Guyandotte, Parkersburg, and Clarksburg, as may be most convenient. A premium of $2 will be paid for each accepted volunteer, and upon his acceptance by the regimental surgeon $25, (part of the $100 bounty,) and $13, (one month's pay,) will be advanced, thus enabling the volunteer to
control of the female spies in the Valley of Virginia. She is a resident of Martinsburg, when at home, and has a pious, good old mother, who regrets as much as any have given her that appearance. Last summer, whilst Patterson's army lay at Martinsburg, she wore a revolver in her belt, and was courted and flattered by every Lieurday morning last three important State prisoners arrived in this city from Martinsburg. Their names are as follows: Moses S. Grantham, State Senator from Berkeleyy to the Virginia State Senate; I. Thornton Young, Confederate postmaster at Martinsburg when in possession of the Confederates, and Adam Small, member from MartinsbMartinsburg to the Virginia House of Delegates. They were all arrested in or near Martinsburg. They were sent to Fort McHenry. On Saturday evening seven Confederate prisoMartinsburg. They were sent to Fort McHenry. On Saturday evening seven Confederate prisoners arrived at the Camden street depot, from Harper's Ferry. Their names are as follows: Traverse Payne, Andrew C. Groves, and Jeptha Wintermine, all of Virginia,