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antities of bandages and lint for the use of our troops.--They have also formed themselves into a sewing society, and numbers of them have been actually at work to-day, to assist in whatever preparation is needed to thoroughly and immediately equip the new companies that have been formed within the two past days. These new companies are the Cockade Rifles, Capt. Joseph V. Scott, which was organized last night, numbering, 100 men, Archer Volunteers, also numbering 100 formed yesterday, Capt. F. H. Archer, a popular and efficient officer in the Mexican war. And another company formed last night, at Ettrick's, on the opposite side of the river, commanded by Capt. H. D. Perkins. The Richmond Greys, Capt. W. M. Elliott, passed through this city to-day on their way to Norfolk. A large crowd was present at the depot to greet them, and there was immense cheering. Gen. Walter Gwynn, who superintended the erection of the forts and batteries at Charleston, and conducted the attack on