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Pierpoint's message. The traitor Pierpoint has issued what he calls his message, to the State Legislature of Western Virginia. The tone of the document is very hopeful, and the bogus Governor seems able to discover some patches of clear sky through the political clouds that overshadow the land. He says: I have already mentioned that the people of that portion of Virginia over which reorganized State government has prevailed, had contributed their full proportion of soldiers to the army of the Union. We have now ten full regiments in the field for three years service, besides three artillery companies. Three more regiments are rapidly filling up. Of this force, from the best estimate I have been able to procure, three-fourths are residents of Virginia, the other fourth being from Ohio and Pennsylvania. The citizens of those States have been anxious to enter our service, and meet the common enemy on the soil of Virginia. We thank them for the zeal they have displayed i