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ssuming her true position in the great movement for Southern independence, and her unmerited censure of South Carolina and the other Gulf States for their superior sagacity and wisdom in the premises, yet she has a warm place in our affections, and every true Southern heart throbs responsive to her call for help to expel from her borders the ruthless invaders of her sacred soil. In addition to the three companies that have already repaired, with burnished guns, glistening bayonets, and Cherokee knives of fearful dimensions, to the scene of war in the Old Commonwealth, two other volunteer companies have been organized and equipped in our little mountain city; one of them, the Cherokee Artillery, left for camp the first of this week, and the other, "Floyd Sharp Shooters," commanded by Capt. Hamilton, expect to leave for Virginia on Tuesday next; and, if I am not very much mistaken, the myrmidons of Lincoln will be deeply and bullet-ly impressed with the significance of the name of t