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The Palmetto State.
--The alacrity with which the gallant and chivalric people of South Carolina have responded to the call of their State and their country, is deserving of that genuine praise which must in future time be awarded them by the impartial historian.
They must indeed occupy a high niche in the temple of fame, if self-sacrificing devotion to duty and constitutional right has its appropriate reward, either here or hereafter.
They are now, as in the darkest days of the Revolution, the deadly foes of tyrants and tyranny.
We are sure that no Virginian can see one of them here without feeling that he is indeed a friend and brother; if he feels a different emotion, then he is not of the manor born — in fact, is no Virginian.
We chronicle to day the arrival here yesterday of another corps of South Carolina Volunteers--the Saluda Guard, Captain M. W. Gibbes, 80 men, armed with Minnie rifles; also a detachment of the Governor's Guard, in charge of Lieutenant Lenhart, (