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The Graven Dare Devils.

There is a universal feeling of sympathy with these gallant follows in their mortification at not being received here. They number one hundred men, all six feet high, and unfailing rifle shots. The company consisted of one hundred and thirty-five, but it is said their commander informed them that only one hundred would be allowed to come to Richmond; and to decide which of them should enjoy that desired privilege they fired at a mark running, and the hundred who struck the target nearest to or exactly in the center were accordingly detailed, in the Chappell of the remainder, who were no confident as that comrades that they could ond a ball at through the vitals of a

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