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ouse, in whose yard he was standing, and told her to promise to dress his wound and to attend to him. Manifesting the deepest interest, she said she would, and if the enemy passed she promised to conceal him. The young man's name is Overton, from Amelia. As I rode on, my attention was arrested by a scene of deep interest to me. A baggage wagon had been abandoned; in it was a Secession flag. A noble Georgian came up and exclaimed, "My God, gentlemen, are you going to leave this flag, to fall inthe staff, and wrapped it around him, exclaiming that he would die in its folds rather than permit it to be taken. And although very feeble, I saw him many miles marching with it around him. Near the same spot I saw the Captain of a company from Amelia, completely exhausted and not knowing what to do. I believe he rather contemplated taking to the mountain side, and after resting to make his way as best he could Just then a private in his company rode up, inquiring if anybody had seen Captain P