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tchell and John L. Cowardin Lee RidosLeeJ. Richmond, Jr. J. E. Glinger, Jr.John c. Johnson and M. V. Olinger Vanderganter's Compacy AmherstA. S. VanderventerJ. D. Barnett S. M. Whitebeard and C. S. Jayas Pedlar Mills GuardAmherst Ro. W. Snead R. N. FeshinJ. Cighill and R. S. Elite Kelly's CompanyTasswellF. W. KellyVincent ThomasJ. Balley and J. C. Dodley Smyth GraysSmyth G. F. McDonaldA. H. KingJ. B. White and R. G. Haislet Yankee CatchersWise L. H. N. SalyerJ. A. LippsS. Salyer and S. R. Davis Floyd BluesWashingtonD. C. DaunJas. R. DeadmoreWm. J. Rufford and Edwin J. Smith Lee GraysLeeD. L. DickinsonS. GrantJ. Wyen and J. A. Larmer Horse Companies Smyth DegoonsSmythJohn D. ThompsonWm. E. PetersS. P. Shetrey and A. P. Coperhaver Horse Companies Nelson RangersNelsonThos. P. Fitzpatrick J. A. Pugh M. A. Brown and Saml H. Batleyse Horse Companies Eight additional companies have been adjusted, and will be in camp in four or five days. The Brigade will march by the 14th
fter five negroes bed reached Old Point from here, who doubtless revealed to the enemy our military condition and accessible situation. If we are represented as weak and defenceless, let them act upon the statement, and perhaps they will find another masked battery like the one the North reports at Great Bethel. A lady, just from the North, whither she has been for the past few weeks, reports that the fear of the enemy has been raised to its highest pitch by the press, saying that both Davis and Beauregard have been among them, disguised in the habiliments of a vender of ground-peas and newspapers. The Northern cities are drooping over lost Southern trade, and their dull aspect indicate the future fatality of their manufacturing and other interests. They, of course, approve the war spirit of the Western barbarians, and look now upon Maryland with a suspicious eye, because of the recent Union election in the State, which is considered an effort to cover their secret preparation
[for the Dispatch.] July 4th, 1861. Messrs. Editors:--Being very desirous to see Gen. Scott, I went to Gordonsville Thursday, the 3rd, to do so, as I understood he was in Washington and said he would dine in Richmond the 4th. Can you inform an old farmer why he did not dine there, and whether he has apologized to the citizens for not coming? If he did not, can you give the people any information? They are anxious to meet him along the railroad, and no doubt his old friends, Generals Lee and Beauregard, and other military gentlemen, would like to see him punctual in attending the places he proposes to dine at. And won't President Davis think hard of him for not comrag? Would it not be well to send a committee to Washington to wait on him, and assure him that a conveyance had been and is still waiting to bring him down? and I don't think it would be prudent for him to refuse such competent escorts as Lee and Beauregard. Would it? W. S. C.