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he Northern vandals from our sacred and consecrated soil. In tendering this command to the Confederate States, I am only imitating the glorious character of my warrior father, Pushinatahaw, who now sleeps upon the once honored soil of the South, but now lies beneath the iron heel of the despot, Abraham Lincoln. By patriots he was entombed in Washington city--by patriotic legions I hope to regain his ashes. My command shall be ready for active service and ready to march by the 1st of December next. And I further request that orders may be sent by you through Col. Deneale to convey us to the field of battle, which we will make the field of glory, or fall in the attempt. Yours, affectionately, Johnson Pushmatahaw. Headquarters on the Kanawha, Cantonement Verina, Nov. 27, 1861. Col. Geo. E. Dencale--Dear Sir: Your note relative to the Indian Regiment, received this morning, was extremely welcome to me I will gladly accept the services of these warriors if the