rting for the war — scenes and Incidents, &c., &c.
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Christiansburg, Montgomery county,April 25, 1861.
Our volunteer company, called the "Montgomery Fencibles," commenced gathering in early last week for drill duty, and on last Sabbath night there was a very imposing scene at the Presbyterian Church.
Appropriate of Virginia.
To-day we organized a volunteer company, called "Liberty Hall Volunteers." The company numbers 60 men. Prof. Alex. L. Nelson (Professor of Mathematics) was elected Captain; Prof. J. J. White, 1st Lieutenant; John N. Lyle, of Christiansburg, Va., 2d Lieutenant, and Lewis Summers, (son of Hon. G. W. Summers,) 3d Lieutenant.
A large and beautiful flag of the Southern Confederacy now floats over the College, and rallying under that flag the students, with Capt. Nelson to lead th