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n Major Clack called out for a volunteer to hear the standard. Private Harris, a gallant soldier, resident in the Fourth District, and a membou can hold it," exclaimed Major Clack. "Aye! aye! sir," responded Harris. Shortly afterwards, there being some hesitation in the line, the ade, J. Patton Anderson, rode up, and grasping the flag-staff which Harris was waving in front of the line, ordered him to deliver it to him. Harris refused, and told the General to let go the flag, as he was ordered not to give it up, adding, "I will take it wherever you command me." "Then you will do; go ahead," ordered the General; and Harris solely advanced with the standard; the whole line followed him and swept over arrying everything before them. Throughout the subsequent conflict Harris bore the standard, and even when his right hand was badly shot, he the left, and never relinquished it until our victory was complete Harris's wound proved a severe one, and he has come home to have it proper