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t" here should not lead the friends of Southern independence to suppose for a moment that we are doing nothing for the glorious cause. Under the supervision of Col. Crump, the Commandant of this post, and the laborious and pains-taking Captain Page, aided by a faithful corps of engineers, the works have been pushed forward vigorobeautiful flags, presented to the battery by Misses Haxall, Daniel, and others, of Richmond, and at 12 o'clock on Saturday they were thrown out to the breeze by Col. Crump and the gallant Captain, while "Jeff, Davis" belched forth a shell that danced across the waters, and the assembled crowd gave three cheers and a "tiger." The Captain then took his stand under the flag of Virginia, and read the letter accompanying this most acceptable present, together with his reply. Col. Crump followed with some stirring remarks. Should a Yankee ball ever cut down our flag- staff, there are boys enough here to plant it on the rampart in the name of the fair ones who