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he several companies were bade adieu to by hundreds of relatives and friends. While the soldiers went off with cheerful spirits and light hearts, in all directions among the crowd, assembled in the grounds and about the cars, could be seen the evidence of a painful separation, in the shape of grief and tears. The heartfelt, tearful words, "God bless you," were mingled with the hope for a safe return. The following are the staff of the 1st Regiment: Col. P. T. Moore; Acting Adjutant, Samuel P. Mitchell; 1st Company C. (Montgomery Guards,) Jno. Dooley, Captain; 2d Company B. J. K. Lee, Captain; 3d Company I, W. O. Taylor, Captain; 4th Company D. J. G. Griswold, Captain; 5th Company H, F. J. Boggs, Captain; 6th Company G, Wm. H. Gordon, Captain; 7th Company K, (Virginia Rifies,) John Miller, Captain. The Regiment numbered about 850 men.--It is said Company F. and the Blues, (about 250 together,) will join their regiment soon. They were at last dates near Fredericksburg.