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More soldiers. --The Fluvauna Rifle Guards, a fine corps of stalwart farmers and country gentlemen, numbering 97 rank and file, arrived in Richmond via Canal packet early Sunday morning, and proceeded to the late Custom House, where they were mustered into service by Maj. Joseph Selden, Assistant Inspector General. The men were dressed in blue hunting shirts trimmed with red, and were armed with muskets. They expect to be furnished with rifles here. The company hails from Palmyra, and is officered as follows:--R. H. Pore, Capt.; Montella Clark, 1st Lieut; J. A. Landrum, 2d Lieut.; Archer Perkins, Orderly. The Rifle Guard stopped yesterday at the Columbian Tavern, having been invited by the proprietor to accept his hospitality.