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ay their efforts be successful ! For, "Tis the Flag of the South, which shall forever remain, To light us to Freedom and Glory again." The guillotine has already commenced its work in the decapitation of incumbent of Federal office, and the appointment of Union (?) men to fill their places. But one vacancy existed, occasioned by the resignation of John B. Cary, Esq., as Surveyor of the Port, who, declining to retain office under a Black Republican ruler, resigned before the 4th March. It is fair to presume that those who have sought the crumbs of Federal office from Salmon P. Chase, of Wirt memory, have acted upon the principle that "to the victors belong the spoils." But a day of reckoning will surely come, when those in Virginia who seek affiliation with the Black Republicans, and their "aiders and abettors," will be consigned to merited oblivion, if not obloquy. It is understood that there are other patriots who are willing to serve our masters in Washington, for a