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ce of the Richmond Dispatch.military enthusiasm in Danville. Danville, Va., April 17, 1861. The news of the surrender of Fort Sumter to the Confederate States was received here last Saturday evening per telegraph, from Richmond, at about 4 o'clock. It created great rejoicing among our people, who are since that time united in sentiment, all being in favor of Virginia making common cause with her Southern sister States. At a meeting Saturday night, speeches were delivered by Messrs. W. T. Sutherlin, B. M. Jones, Dr. Withers, and others. Monday night Major Withers and Vincent Witcher, Esq., spoke to the citizens of this place, and especially the young men, to come forward and join one or the other of our volunteer companies; a good many enlisted. Capt. Graves, of the Blues, made at the same time an appeal to the audience to subscribe money for procuring better arms for our volunteer companies. Several gentlemen responded to the tune of between $300 and $400. I understand the