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vanced age of sixteen, he possesses the strength of Hercules, and sagacity of Tacinaque, Agulier's bravery, and the patriotism of Washington, whom you have probably heard mentioned before. Would that he could add to these a few of Methuselah's superfluous years, for youth, though no crime, is very inconvenient in his case. Of course, the advancement of the Black Horse Cavalry is materially retarded, and its glory dimmed for a season; but wherever you are at the end of two years, he is determined to join you. If thou wouldst take me in his place, I would be very happy to go. I believe not only in this war, but fighting in general, and think that if women were permitted to use knock-down argument, it would civilize not only their mutual relations, but also their treatment of your much-abused sex. Meantime, awaiting thy orders, I am respectfully thine, Jennie Darling. P. S.--If you are married, please hand this over to your Second Lieutenant. J. D. --Cincinnati Press, Dec. 2.
Cairo, Dec. 5.--A special despatch to the Memphis papers of the 2d December, gives an account of a great battle at Morristown, in East Tennessee, between the Federal forces, under Parson Brownlow, and a rebel force sent in pursuit of him. The battle was fought on the 1st of December, in which Parson Brownlow was completely victorious. The rebel despatch calls it the first Union victory of the war. Brownlow had three thousand men. The rebel force was not ascertained, but their rout is admitted to have been total.