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evoutly serving Him. The recognition of Heaven is above that of all the potentates and princes of the earth. On Friday last the three regiments of Gen. Philip St. George Cocke's Brigade, (3d,) the 18th, commanded by Col. R. E. Withers, of Danville; 19th, Major Henry Gantt, of Albemarle, and the 28th, Col. Robert Preston, of M of the other regiments playing as it marched by the line in column. The three receiving regiments then passed by the 8th in column of companies, after which, General Cocke, in a brief and pertinent address, welcomed the 8th regiment to a position in the 3d Brigade, in the course of which he said "they had distinguished themselvesat the battle of Leesburg." Col. H. acknowledged the compliment by the usual military salute, after which the officers of the three regiments were introduced by Gen. Cocke to Col. H. The brigade then took up the line of march for their respective quarters. The 18th regiment, whose special duty it was to escort the 8th regiment to