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s (Washington) county, five volunteer companies; first, Captain Carson's company of "Glade Spring Rifles." These are all fine looking, stalwart men. And to come a little farther down in the county, to Abingdon, we will first introduce you to Capt. Wm. White's company of "Mountain Boys," a fine company of gallant fellows, who swear to "do or die" for old Virginia. --God bless her! This company is composed, for the most part, of men from the country — men accustomed to the "bark" of the rifle, and who can knock a Yankee's feather at a hundred and fifty yards every crack, with the common rifle. Capt. White is a graduate of the V. M. Institute, and is a zealous, brave gentlemanly officer, universally liked by his men and all who know him. And now comes Captain W. E. Jones' "Mounted Rifles" This company is commanded by a graduate of West Point. Capt. Jones was in the U. S. Army eight years, but resigned about two years ago. He is a thorough gentleman, a No. 1 soldier, and, as with