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clerk knocked down with a heavy drawn pistol, and escaped with his prize — the sword — the only injury he received being a pretty severe cut across his hand. At the intersection of Gay and Pratt streets, while the soldiers were firing upon the crowd, two other clerks from the same place ran into the ranks, and each knocking down a soldier with his fists, bore off their muskets as trophies of their exploit. The young man shot in the leg, and taken to the infirmary, and attended by Dr. Morris, appeared quite grateful for the humane attentions shown him. When asked why he came the simple and unsophisticated reply of the youth was, "Oh, the Flag, the Stars and Stripes." It was expected that the wounded leg would have to be amputated last night. He is only about eighteen years old, and may he live to grow wiser as he grows older. Another of those in the station-house said he had no enmity against the South, and came only because his company was ordered out, other wise he wou