Trophies of War.
--Six flags, captured from the Federals
in the battle of July 21st, have been sent to Richmond
, and deposited in the Adjutant-General
Among them is a large U. S. flag, and another of blue silk, formerly belonging to a Michigan regiment.
The stars and stripes and the American
eagle, now the emblems of despotism, are conspicuous in the lot. Though no particular value attaches to the disgraced colors at this day, they will doubtless be preserved as mementoes of the Bull Run
Some enterprising showman may hereafter seek them for the purpose of illustrating ‘"wax figures"’ of the convivial Congressmen who came out from Washington
to see the fight and ran back precipitately.