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parade at Fincastle last Saturday. Says the Sentinel: The turn-out is said by old men to have been the largest seen for many a long year. Well done for the old 48th. We will back it against any regiment in the State. Already it has a band of soldiers in the field. Four more have the full complement of men, and are eager for the fray. Three in addition are in progress, and when five hundred are mustered in the field, who will not say the 48th has done its duty? The ladies of Fluvanna lately presented a Confederate flag to the military of the county, at Chapel Hill. A correspondent informs us that. "When the signal is given to march to Fortress Monroe, or anywhere else, Old Flu. will have as many gallant soldiers in the field as any county in the State, comparatively speaking. The cry is 'To arms!' and the language of all is 'Give me liberty or give me death!'" An immense meeting of the true men of Harrison county was held at their last Court, at which resolutio