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the other the coat-of-arms of Alabama. This beautiful ensign is a present from Norfolk ladies, and will no doubt be duly appreciated by the gallant members of the "Third Alabama." No celebration will take place here to-day with reference to the important victory at Yorktown in the American Revolution; although there will be flag presentations and military reviews. The grand celebration at Yorktown in 1824 is doubtless well remembered by many of your readers. The late Gen. Robert. B. Taylor, a distinguished orator of this city, was chosen to address the "veteran apostle of Liberty on the mouldering ruins of Yorktown." "Generations may roll away, and empires be erased; old Time himself may become gray, and the bright sun be shorn of his glory, ere he again looks down on such a festival." The Third Alabama regiment has just marched along Main street, and will halt at the square of the Academy to receive their flag. The regiment presented a very warlike appearance marching