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Doc. 121.--the Palmetto Guard, Marion Artillery, and German Artillery. The companies passed by the Mercury office, with flags flying, and bands playing Dixie, and looking, notwithstanding their hard service on Morris Island, in better trim than when, weeks ago, they took their departure. The Marion Artillery, Capt. King, and German Artillery, Company A, Capt. Nohrden, marched to the Gun Shed, where they were dismissed, and proceeded to their several homes to make glad many hearts that have felt desolate during their absence. The Palmetto Guard, Capt. Cuthbert--the heroes of the renowned Stevens' iron battery--marched to Military Hall, where a collation was in waiting, provided by the mothers, wives, and sisters of the members of the company. After a long term of camp life, the luxuries prepared by the ladies were most heartily enjoyed, and the source from which the supplies had been provided, gave an additional relish to the entertainment. Many off-hand speeches were m