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ted comrades is to be deplored in the hour of private grief, we have reason to rejoice that their blood was not spilt in vain, and the conflict in which their lives were lost is but one of a glorious series, which, with the help of God, will attend our arms in beating back the invaders of our country's soil. I am happy to state that the friends whose loss we now mourn, were among the bravest of the brave, amid the smoke and carnage of that sanguinary and desperate struggle. They were ever Valliant in defence of our country's flag, under whose victorious folds they so bravely fought and so nobly died. In that battle, Georgia had a few chosen sons, (the Washington Artillery, from Augusta, They felt that the honor of their good old State, as well as the fate of several millions of people, were dependent upon their valor an success. Let impartial history record how they maintained the one, and, I trust In God, preserved the other. These men, in all probability, will not live in th