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ant Southerners, some of whom have large possessions in the true and tried State of Alabama, and whose greatness of soul is more than commensurate with their wealth and intellectual capacity. The concert, at the request of the citizens, will be repeated next week. Yesterday afternoon a beautiful flag was presented by some ladies to a company of light infantry, raised in this city and commanded by Capt. John R. Ludlow. The flag was presented in behalf of the fair doners, by his Honor Mayor Lamb, whose impromptu address was very eloquent and appropriate. J. E. Ford, Esq., received the beautiful banner, unfuried its bright and gay colors to the breeze, and responded in a brief address, adadmirably suited to the occasion. I learn that there are large and daily accessions to the Federal forces at Fort Monroe, that there is still a considerable fleet of war vessels in the Roads, and about five lying off Newport News. Possibly Wool and Picayune are really preparing for a fight,