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d order and quiet abide in our streets, if it be Thy will. Avert from our land the horrors of war; but whatever we may be called upon to endure be Thou our fortress and defence. Oh, God! our fathers have declared unto us the noble works which Thou didst in their days. Continue Thy goodness to us their children, and make us that happy people whose good is the Lord, through Jesus Christ, our Redeemer.--Amen. After the prayer, speeches were made by Messrs. Barker, Robertson, Canneau, Hammond and Northrop. The Washington Artillery paraded, and fired one hundred guns as the flag went up. Bells were rung and the band played the Marseilles Hymn. This fired up the French element of our population. After the Marseilles, the band played the "Miserere," from " Trovatore," for the Union. The flag is white, with a Palmetto tree in the centre, and bears the words "Animes assibusque parati. " At the same time the Charleston Hotel, the Mills House, and other large hotels, flung out