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Arrival of Mississippi troops. --Five companies of volunteers, averaging one hundred men, from Mississippi, reached Lynchburg yesterday morning--Tishomingo Rifles, Capt. Reynolds; the Town Creek Rifles, Capt. W. C. Bromley; the Magnolia Rifles, Capt. Davis; the Beck Rifles, Capt W. D. Beck; and the Cherry Creek Rifles. They form a part of three regiments now on their way to Virginia from Mississippi, and are under command of the gallant Col. Barksdale, former member of Congress from Mississippi, Lieut. Col. Boone, and Major Humphreys. Nearly all of the men are supplied with the most effective arms, and for soldierly bearing and fine physical appearance cannot be surpassed by any troops in the world. The other portion of the troops from Mississippi are hourly expected.--Lynchburg Republican.
Lynchburg has about 800 soldiers already in or ready for service. Hurrah for Lynchburg. It is asserted that over three hundred applications have been made at the State Department for letters of marque and reprisal. Gen. Jackson, of Wood, is not in favor of the disintegration of Virginia. Messrs. Brands & Korner have commenced the manufacture of drums, in Columbus, Ga. Major Terrett has command of the forces at Alexandria. The peach crop in the vicinity of CincinLynchburg. It is asserted that over three hundred applications have been made at the State Department for letters of marque and reprisal. Gen. Jackson, of Wood, is not in favor of the disintegration of Virginia. Messrs. Brands & Korner have commenced the manufacture of drums, in Columbus, Ga. Major Terrett has command of the forces at Alexandria. The peach crop in the vicinity of Cincinnati has been entirely cut off. Hon. R. M. T. Hunter is on his way to Montgomery.