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his appeal to you, I feel it my duty to remark, that you must not for an instant suppose that the thousands who will be utterly unable to leave, upon this short notice, and the many who will thus be forced to take the hateful oath of allegiance to a despised Government, are thus to be converted into loyal citizens of the United States, or their affections weaned from our glorious young Confederacy; and while to " threaten" were unsoldierly, yet to worn is kindness, and therefore, General, I would say, beware of the curses and oaths for vengeance, which the fifty thousand brave Tennesseeans, who are still in our army, will register in heaven against the persecutor of helpless old men, women and children, and the General who cannot guard his own lines. The bearer of the flag and this letter, Capt. E. R. Porter, C. S. A., is authorized to agree with you on the paints asked in the foregoing. Yours, respectfully, M. Jeff. Thompson, M. S. G., Brig-Gen on Special Service, C. S. A.