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From Camp Winslow.[special correspondence of the Dispatch.] Camp Winslow, Halifax, N. C., July 16, 1861. A bright, sunny evening witnessed the departure of eight companies of this gallant and promising regiment, the 5th, for the scene of action in Virginia. Long before the whistle of the locomotive announced that the train was in waiting to conduct them hence, crowds had collected to bid them "God speed" and cheer them on in the path of duty. Since their advent to this hospitable place they have experienced the kindest and most flattering attentions from the inhabitants of the town and county, and their sojourn here will remain a "green spot in memory." The 5th seems to be looked to from all quarters as the regiment in which heroic deeds and daring acts are to be performed. The well known chivalry and comprehensive mind of its commander give it a "prestige" second to none in the Southern Army, while the superior acquirements of its officers, the high qualifications of