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tives abroad, and, taking the company alluded to as a sample of the Georgians generally, so have the people of that patriotic State. They will worthily sustain the honor and renown of a people who, on every battle-field of this country, have always been foremost in the fight. The spirit that animated the gallant Pulaski, (in the shade of whose monument they were formed,) seems to have inspired these intrepid soldiers to do and dare all things for that independence and liberty which they love so well, and without which they do not wish to live. The Oglethorpe Light Infantry, as previously stated, is a very full company. The following are its officers: Francis S. Bartow, Captain; Jos. J. West, 1st Lieutenant; Hamilton Cowper, 2d Lieutenant; A. F. Butler, 3d Lieutenant; J. L. Holcombe, 1st Sergeant; Frederick Bliss, 2d Sergeant; H. A. Crane, 3d Sergeant; W. F. Shellman, 4th Sergeant; and Chas. C. Hardwick, Treasurer. The battalion is now quartered at the Fairfield Race Course.