I can field the questions on the second national pattern flag of the 1st Fla. Cav. and 4th Fla. Inf. (consolidated). The southern cross in the canton originally had gold painted stars, which are now very worn and some can just be made out. "Murfreesboro," is actually a battle honor where the 4th Florida had been heavily engaged earlier in the Battle of Murfreesboro. Following the "Murfreesboro" honor on the same line extreamly faded is a dash and the beginng of another honor. It is "Jac[kson]". The flag orginally had a longer fly (right side) and the second half of the honor is no longer on the flag. The inscription in the center of the flag is the unit designation: 1st & 4th FLA VOL[S].