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Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.letter from the West. White Sulphur Springs, June 4. We are all delighted to hear that the great tribune of the people, Henry A. Wise, is coming out this way. His presence will be worth a thousand men to the cause in Western Virginia. If the far West will not hear him, they will hearken to no one. He has endeared the West to him by his public course on State questions and his bold and patriotic impulses and actions will have a fine moral effect. He should have gone to the West to talk to the people before the late vote on the Ordinance. He comes as a Brigadier General, and though his education was not military, I venture to predict that he will adapt himself to the art of war, and the duties of a responsible commander, with wonderful celerity; and should this struggle continue for any length of time, will distinguish himself, and be handed down, along with the history of the times, with honor. He will be received in this regi