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From the Valley of Virginia. [special Correspondence of the Dispatch.] Harrisonburg, Va., April 19, 1861. The notes of martial music greet our ears all day long. Soldiers marching and counter marching continually. Truly, where do all these men come from? It must be that the doom of Abraham is fixed. Company after company, battalion after battalion, march on. To-day have passed six companies of Cavalry and three or four companies of Infantry, making a full regiment of about 900 or 1000 men.--To-night the Rockbridge Rifles, Capt. Saml. Letcher, (John's brother,)--a large company — are quartered in the Court-House. Other companies are arriving — all bound for the seat of war. If the East and West are doing like the Valley, at least sixty thousand troops are now under arms in Virginia. Our people fall into the ranks of passing companies. Volunteer companies are forming. There was two, I understand, formed to-day. Arms must be supplied at once, as there is no lack of men