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Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.presentation of a flag. Camp Hermitage, July 4, 1861. On Wednesday evening Camp Hermitage was the theatre of a scene of so pleasing and patriotic an aspect as to be long remembered by all who were fortunate enough to be spectators. On the assembling of the troops for dress parade, and while a battery of beauteous eyes was directed to the stalwart forms of our brave soldiers, a sudden swaying of the crowd of spectators to and fro announced the occurrence of something unusual. Eager eyes scanned every direction, and those unable from their distance to ascertain the nature of the commotion, were pressing forward to see and learn, when all doubts and surmises were dissipated as some one enthusiastically shouted, "Three cheers for President Davis" Literally surrounded by the dense mass, through which, with difficulty, his prancing steeds forced a passage, our Chief Magistrate was shaking hands and bowing to the eager aspirants for that ho