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that no portion of the Southern people are represented by a braver, hardier, or more patriotic hand of men. They are all marksmen, accustomed to take a fine sight upon their object, and death is sure to follow the report of their rifles. A large portion of them have left their farms and young families in the care of the old folks, and gone to distant and sickly portions of the republic, determined to drive back the Northern vandals, or perish in the attempt. While lately at the house of Amos Green, a citizen of Watanga, an honest and upright man, and a pure patriot, be told me that four of his five sons were in the army, and his wife joining in said, that if necessary the last one should go, and the women would do the work them selves, though they had the families of a son and son-in-law to take care of, and needed his help very much, as the old man was so afflicted with rheumatism, as to be scarcely able to get about. And such instances of self-sacrificing devotion to the cause ar