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of a flag of the Confederate States. Very many ladies, inspired by that patriotism which has always appertained to the sex when their country was in danger, attended on the occasion, as did that spirited young corps of citizen soldiery, the Southern Guard, Capt. J. F. Childrey, who, with the soul-stirring accompaniment of marshal music, marched from their drill-room at 4 o'clock, to meet their fellow-citizens. The site selected was a beautiful eminence on the farm of Mr. John D. Warren, Camp Hill, commanding an extensive view of the surrounding country, and associated with many stirring memories as having been the place where the troops were encamped in the last war with great Britain.--A beautiful pole, sixty feet high, had been erected, and all the preparations being completed, Miss Lucy W. Childrey, accompanied by several other young ladies, appeared upon the platform, and after a fervent and appropriate prayer by the Rev. Mr. Hatcher, proceeded to hoist the flag. Unfolding its