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t beautiful flag of elegant material and excellent workmanship. The stars are all white, set in blue ground. It belonged to the 42d regiment N Y S V. On the staff there is an elegant silver plate, with the words--"42d regiment N Y S V. Presented by city of New York." This was captured by Lt Col J E Taylor, 11th Alabama regiment, Saunders's brigade, who also with his own hands, brought out another flag belonging to the th regiment Massachusetts volunteers. The flag of the 106th regiment Penn. volunteers is also a very handsome flag, with the words "Virtue, Liberty, and Independence" encircling the American eagle. This flag was captured by Sergt R F Wallace, co 11th Ala, Saunders's brigade. A very superior looking flag, though battle worn, and without a name, was captured by Lieut of Julian Wilson, co K, 6th Va regiment, Mahone's brigade. This flag has beautiful silver mountings and elegant silver tassels. A flag without the number or State, but bearing on its folds