teries at Fort Monroe, officers killed at Hatteras, &c.; but these flying rumors are probably without the least foundation.
A beautiful Southern flag will be presented to-morrow morning by the ladies of Princess Anne and Norfolk counties, to the Chesapeake Light Cavalry, Captain Burroughs.
The ceremonies will take place at Camp Lee, on the Pleasure-House beach, near the village of Kampsville, about 12 miles from this city.--The flag will be presented in behalf of the company, by Miss Emily Garrison, a beautiful and accomplished daughter of James S. Garrison, Esq., formerly representative of Princess Anne in the House of Delegates.
The Cavalry company mentioned above has done hard and effective service along the coast.
The men are first-rate horsemen, are well acquainted with the country, the roads, swamps, inlets, &c., and mounted on fleet horses, and fully armed and equipped for fight.
They will doubtless prove exceedingly efficient whenever the Yankees may attempt a lan