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hich he would carry the already morbid fanaticism of the North. Should the Parson quit his hold on this world, his best friend here would say Amea to his exit. The 56th Virginia Regiment left Abingdon on Friday last, commanded by Capt; Thos. T. Boswell. The field officers were necessarily absent. The ladies everywhere on the road manifested their patriotism by waving their handkerchiefs. Even the negroes, one of whom was a little fellow about a foot high, took their caps off, and tossedtriotism by waving their handkerchiefs. Even the negroes, one of whom was a little fellow about a foot high, took their caps off, and tossed them in the air as the regiment assed. At Bristol a negro was observed with a black flag flung to the breeze. This caused great cheering. Captain Boswell is working vigorously, and will soon have his command at Howling Green, where, when the fight taken place, the boys crave a plage in the picture "nearest to the firing of the guns." Occarichs.