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, and composed of the flower of our Southern youth — appropriately uniformed and officered, turned out well, averaging about seventy each. The Charlottesville companies were full, and these, joined by the West Augusta Guard, who arrived about 10 ½ P. M., swelled the number of soldiers to near five hundred men, sent on a service both of danger and honor. Among the members of the Southern Guard, the University company, I noticed a relative of Bishop Elliott, of Georgia, and a son of the Rev. John C. McCabe.--Thousands assembled at the depot, and addresses were made to the gallant young soldiers by Shelton F. Leake, Esq., Col. Robert R. Prentis, Esq., Procter of the University of Virginia. Prof. Holmes and Mr. Berry of Alexandria, amid the waving of Handkerchiefs from the ladies, and the shouts of thousands. About 11 o'clock at night they moved off, while "God bless you," "good bye," and "be victorious," were uttered by many a lip. The forms of ministers of the gospel were amid the "b