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ed the Colonel, the officers, and the regiment, in a patriotic speech, frequently alluding to the chivalrous deeds of Baron de Kalb, describing how that noble chieftain fought on the field at Camden, S. C., and how he fell, pierced by eleven wounds,patriotism for her country by presenting you, through her father, with this beautiful banner, bearing the likeness of Baron de Kalb, your patron saint. When, in the heat, of battle, you rally around this standard, let that flag remind you of the vien--American by their mother, German by their father — this regimental flag and guide colors, bearing the portrait of Baron de Kalb, of whom the father of this country, the illustrious George Washington, so truly said, The generous stranger who camethe flag, in a centre piece of drab colored silk, worked with silk chenille, is a life-like portrait of the renowned General De Kalb. Above it appears the American shield, worked in lively colors. Underneath the portrait are the American and Germa