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character and ability to no man in the South. Judge Sharkey and Mr. Beene are equally known and esteemed in Mississippi, and as they, as well as the others enumerated in the letter alluded to are the leading spirits of the opposition, it is safe to say that their determination to oppose the reconstruction of the Union may be taken as the decision also of the rank and file of their once imposing and formidable party. Arlington. [letter from W. C. Smedes, Esq.] Vicksburg, Miss., March 30, 1861. Editor of the Delta--Dear Sir: An anonymous correspondent of your paper, whose statements, if uncontradicted, might, from their appearance in your columns, find some credit, makes several untrue and totally unfounded allusions to me. He states that a Vicksburg clique, of which he announces that I am one, are secretly preparing for a canvass for State officers and members of Congress; and he even enters into a statement of persons indicated for these different stations, and al