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bon on the coat lapel.
The Palmetto tree, the lone star and the coiled rattlesnake, appear in gold upon the face of the badge.
A train of about twenty drays loaded with cotton, started from the South Carolina Railroad Depot early Thursday morning, on the way to the wharf, the head of each animal decked with a Palmetto flag, and the owner of the drays leading the van. It had quite a novel appearance, and attracted much attention.
"There is no retreat," says the Sumpter (S. C.) Dispatch, "but in submission, and submission new is ruin and dishonor.
While we write this article the Colonial flag, with its crescent and lone star, is floating gaily at our office door, and the sentiments and resolves which that flag indicates, lie deep within our bosom, and pant for utterance and action.--Oh, shades of McDuffie, and Hamilton, and Hayne, and Calhoun!
Oh, shades of the mighty!
this is the day ye long desired to see — the day of deliverance and of jubilee!"