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of South Carolina, to obey her Governor and other officers set over them, and to defend the State against its enemies. They were recruits, enlisted in the service of the newly independent State.--Memphis Appeal, 16th inst. When President Jefferson Davis passed through Jackson, Miss., on his way to Montgomery, Ala., for inauguration, the old and tattered flag of the Mississippi Rifles, which waved over the "well fought on field" of Buena Vista, was borne in the procession. The Augusta (Geo.) Dispatch says: "The negroes employed in grading the Macon and Warrenton Railroad, near Warrenton, have hoisted secession flags on their dirt carts, bearing eight well executed stars. On being asked why they added the eighth star, the reply was, 'Old Wirginny's bound to come.'" Col. H. S. Webb, distinguished for his services in the Mexican war, and brother to J. Watson Webb of New York, is in New Orleans, to offer the services of himself and four sons to the Southern army.