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n the fire, and they had no flag when they came here. Each division has a flag--First, red star; Second, white star, and Third, blue. So I made the bonnie blue flag, with the single white star, and there is not one of the men but knows it, and seems perfectly delighted. S. says he believes I am the happiest woman in Savannah. It is glorious, my dear sister, to be free once more and fell that I will soon be with you all, to stay just as long as I please. "This morning I went to St. John's Church. Mr. McRae preached. He did not read the prayer for the President of the United States, but will next Sunday. All the churches were open to-day, except Christ Church. The Bishop left. I hope it will be open on Sunday, for I shall take great pleasure in seeing a Union man in the pulpit. The Bishop sent off his assistant before he left. What fools some people have been! They will see their folly when too late, I fear. Last evening Major F. called on me; he was delighted to see me