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Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.
an efficient Company — arrest of a Yankee.

Orange Court-House, June 6, 1861.
Capt. Browning's company of cavalry, the Orange Rangers, is now encamped here, ready to be mustered into service. It would be difficult to find a body of men of more physical power and endurance — of more will, determination and energy. They will take the field in a few days, and whatever men can do or suffer they will be found fully equal to.

A suspicious character named Patrick Haley, was yesterday committed to our jail on failure to give bond and security for his good behavior, in the penalty of $500. He hails from Vermont.

J. H.

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