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efreshing shade and a cool, sparkling fountain, would be an admirable locality, as the warm weather is approaching. The encampment will be made up chiefly of the volunteers from the adjacent counties. A Columbiad of huge dimensions, and of 10-inch bore, cast in Richmond, was conveyed through Petersburg to-day, destined for North Carolina. Its weight is 16,000 lbs. Its formidable appearance excited a great deal of curiosity. The new company of Archer Volunteers, commanded by Capt. F. H. Archer, 100 strong, paraded through the streets to-day for the first time. They are fine, able bodied men, and have enlisted for the war. Captain A. acquired high military distinction in the Mexican war, and will render a good account of his company should be come into hostile collision with the best Northern troops that may profane our soil. A most enthusiastic reception will be given to the First Regiment of North Carolina, consisting of one thousand volunteers, which is expected to a