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Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.the mountaineers ready for the conflict. Marion, Sutter County, April 22, 1861. Our town and county have been in an unusual stats of excitement for some days past.--All ages and sexes manifest but one spirit now — that of firm and decided resistance to the tyrant at Washington. To give you some idea of the feeling, I will mention that a fine company of noble young men, the "Smythe Blues," have been organized and fully equipped, and are now anxiously awaiting orders to march in quest of our enemies. A splendid company of cavalry has also been raised, will organize on Tuesday next, and will immediately tender their services to the Governor, as the Blues have already done. In the southern portion of the county, a third company of hardy mountaineers has been organised, and they, too, will be ready to go forth and fight the battles of the South; and in this place, on Saturday, a "Home Guard" was formed, composed of fifty men, whose ages