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. A. G. Blanchard's accomplished daughter — entitled "The Confederate Flag." The sentiment of the piece at once attracted the attention of that well-known composer, Sig. George, of Norfolk, and he resolved to set it to music. This he did and, on Saturday last we were permitted to hear it sung with piano accompaniments. Like others was that the style of music wanted adaptation to popular capacity. This was true with respect to the "Star Spangled Banner," and we are glad to bear witness that Sig. George has given us a piece in which, while there is a due infusion of the grand, stirring, and ardent, the claims of smoothness and finish are not ignored. To ap a piece in which, while there is a due infusion of the grand, stirring, and ardent, the claims of smoothness and finish are not ignored. To appreciate one must hear it, and we presume that only a short time will claps before the public may possess it, as we are informed that Sig. G. intends arranging for its early publication.