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lict. This company is well drilled in cavalry tactics, can compare with any company in the State in that respect, and is making rapid strides in infantry drill. All they want is just one sweep at "Billy Wilson," Next on docket comes Dr. James L. White's company of "Washington Independents." If you could only see this company, Mr. Dispatch, it would, to use a vulgar expression, "fairly set your teeth on edge" Composed of men nearly all of whom are six feet, crack shots, and any one of whom only wishes no better exercise than to be pitted against at least three live Yankees. They fight for their homes and their firesides. Who can conquer them? None! Dr. White, the Captain, is a graduate of the Virginia Military Institute, and combines the gentleman with the good soldier. This company drills six hours a day. And last, comes Captain Terry's company. Good. Captain T. has, I understand, belonged to the United States Army, and, consequently, has his company well-drilled.