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le works which Thou didst in their days. Continue Thy goodness to us their children, and make us that happy people whose good is the Lord, through Jesus Christ, our Redeemer.--Amen. After the prayer, speeches were made by Messrs. Barker, Robertson, Canneau, Hammond and Northrop. The Washington Artillery paraded, and fired one hundred guns as the flag went up. Bells were rung and the band played the Marseilles Hymn. This fired up the French element of our population. After the Marsofty mast, and flung out to the winds at Heaven, bearing as it did our illustrious motto.--" animus opibusque parati." After a prayer by the Rev. C. P. Gadsden, speeches breathing the mast devoted patriotism were made by Col. T. G. Barker, Dr. F. M. Robertson, and Col. F. Canneau, who was speaking when we left. The enthusiasm of the day and occasion we have never seen equalled. The flags are springing up like gay-colored flames all over Charleston. One has a full portrait of Hon. A. G. M