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s they may obtain on that subject for speculating purposes. The President has approved a bill further to provide for the collection of the revenue — in other words, the Force bill. The reign of terror in Loudoun county is at its height. Notices of a militia muster for to-day were given on Saturday, when citizens were told to be ready to be drafted into the militia for an immediate march to Manassas Junction, to fill up the ranks of Gen. Beauregard's forces. All the Union men of Waterford determined to escape. Twelve fled from their homes night before last, and evaded the Confederate pickets for nine miles, arriving at the ford at the Point of Rocks, which they crossed, and soon got inside the lines of the First New Hampshire Regiment, stationed at the Point of Rocks. They were kindly cared for by the New Hampshire boys, and came on to Washington to-day, arriving here this evening. Forty more Union men were to run away yesterday and try to cross the above mentioned f