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d, sang the Star-Spangled Banner, the chorus of which was chimed in by the thousands of people gathered on the spot. Frederick Kapp, Esq., the able historian and President of the Liederkranz, stepped forward, holding in his hand a superb steel-scabbchieftain fought on the field at Camden, S. C., and how he fell, pierced by eleven wounds, in the arms of his adjutant. Mr. Kapp also deprecate ed the hireling system of the Hessians in furnishing warriors for the Revolutionary war of ‘76, and hopedon country is again restored, and the Star-Spangled Banner waves from the Atlantic to the Pacific. The entire speech of Mr. Kapp was a meritorious production. Colonel Von Gilsa replied in German, as follows:--Mr. Kapp, and members of the LiederkrMr. Kapp, and members of the Liederkranz, I can only in the name of my regiment offer you my heartfelt thanks, which I feel more deeply than words can express. In their name I will promise you, that wherever we may be ordered to maintain the honor and integrity of the country, that we