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Two Companies of Infantry and one of Artillery, amounting in the aggregate to 300 men, left Lynchburg yesterday morning for Richmond, and arrived in due course of time. The people of the mountains, as well as the valley and seaboard regions, are fired with indignation, and will present the insults of the oppressor, and put to shame his idea of conquering the South by means of his hired mercenaries.
Arrival of troops. --The Lynchburg troops arrived last night, about 9 o'clock, and quartered at the Central Hotel. There were three companies, each numbering over 100 men, namely: Home Guard, Samuel Garland, Jr., Captain. Rifle Grays, Harrs Langhorne, Captain, and Artillery, H. Latham, Captain. The latter brought tery of four pieces. The Infantry companies were fully armed and equipped. The soldiers were cheered most heartily on their arrival and during the march to their quarters.