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ed within her walls, as the guidon for a new alignment of patriotism.
The urn which bore the ashes of Virginia recalled the senses of her father — the torn banners of our republic may yet be a sufficient sign to the American people to wake them from madness, and to restore them to order and to virtue.
War news from Charleston.
The Charleston Mercury of Monday furnishes the following items of military news there:
Yesterday afternoon, when copies of our special dispatches from Georgia, Florida, Louisiana, Alabama and Washington, reached Fort Moultrie, the glad tidings they contained were greeted by the garrison with buzzes that made the welkin ring.
We fancy that the benighted folks in Fort Sumter were rather puzzled to know what their Palmetto neighbors were cheering at.
The Surgeon-General returns his grateful thanks to the ladies of Charleston for the continued supplies they are daily sending to his department.
To the ladies of Columbia he also tenders his bes