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From Camp Pickens.[special Correspondence of the Dispatch.] Camp Pickens, Manassas Junction, June 1, 1861. With your permission, I will let the Cumberland people hear something of the Black Eagle Riflemen, of that county, as I have seen nothing in your paper of our movements. The Black Eagle company received orders to march on the 23d of April, and set out in a few hours. Most of the company assembled in Cartersville at 3 P. M., where many of our friends had assembled. A liberal subscription was made and paid up for the use of the company, which has been, so far as used, well appropriated, and contributed greatly to our comfort. The company was then marched over to the canal, accompanied by a large number of ladies and gentlemen. While waiting for the boat at Pemberton, Mr. F. D. Irving delivered an appropriate and stirring address. Then came the parting civilities, which will long be remembered by many who participated. The scene was solemn and impressive, demons