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"Be it ordained. That the Governor of this Commonwealth be, and he is hereby, authorized and required to call into the service of the State as many volunteers as may be necessary to repel invasion and protect the citizens of the State in the present emergency, which volunteers he will receive in companies and organize into Regiments, Brigades and Divisions, according to the force required; and the Governor shall appoint and commission the General, Field, and Staff Officers of said volunteers, and proceed to have them organized and instructed. And that he shall immediately invite all efficient and worthy Virginians, and residents of Virginia, in the Army and Navy of the United States, to retire there from, and to enter the service of Virginia, as signing to them such rank as will not reverse the relative rank held by them in the United State service, and will at least be equivalent thereto." By order of the Governor.George W. Munford, ap 22--3t Secretary of the Commonwealth.
ach volunteer company, equipped and armed, whether of Infantry, Artillery or Riflemen, in the counties lying west of the city of Richmond, between Richmond and the Blue Ridge and in the Valley of Virginia, from the county of Rockbridge to the Tennessee line, establish forth with on the lines of speedy communication a rendezvous, and hold themselves in readiness for immediate orders. Telegraph or send by express to the Executive the name of Captains, number of men and description of force. It is further ordered that officers of all grades on the line of the Potomac river render obedience to the orders of Gen. Philip St. Geo. Cocke, who has been assigned to the command of that section of the military operations of the State bounded by said river. Given under my hand, as Governor, and under the Seal of the Common wealth, at Richmond, 21st April, 1861, and in the 85th year of the Commonwealth. [Signed] John Letcher. George W. Munford, ap 22--d3t Secretary of the Commonwealth.