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Yankee idea of keeping faith. "An abolition soldier, recently in the employment of Lincoln, who fell into the hands of our troops a few days ago reports since his arrival here that all the men of the N. Y 69th regiment and other Northern soldiers, who were paroled on honor not to fighting in until exchanged, and sent home a month since, have, without exception, regardless of their oath, re-entered the vandal army. This fact affords a good illustration of the Northern idea of faith and honor.
hour in the direction of Warrenton, Va. and from a gentleman who arrived in town this morning, we learn that the enemy in large force are at Warrenton junction. From Cumberland Gap. The Abingdon Virginian has confirmatory news of the fight at Cumberland Gap: The enemy attacked our forces there at daylight on Saturday morning. He was driven back. Our lost was some four or five wounded--the enemy's not known. The devils on the Tennessee side commended simultaneously with their Lincoln friends on the opposite side of the mountain, and shot Lieut. Miller, of the 29th North Carolina regiment, through the shigh. Gen. Holmes, This officer has been assigned to the command of the Confederate forces in the Department of North Carolina. The following general order, issued by him on the 25th instant, exhibits the spirit with which he enters upon his work. The enemy are before us and must advance at an early day. It we do not defeat him, North Carolina will be under
Capt. Fry caught. --A rumor was current yesterday, which is vouched for to us as reliable, that the notorious Captain Fry, bridge burner and traitor, of Greens county, was captured in Lee county, Va. With a company recruited in East Tennessee for Lincoln's service, he was making his way to the Federal lines, but was encountered by a body of Confederate troops, when a fight ensued--Twenty of Fry's men were killed, and forty, including himself, were taken prisoners.--Knoxville Register, 27th.
dy release, but insure your protection" "Sir!" said I, "before I would take the oath to support such a bell forsaken institution. I would suffer myself to rot or die of old are." Why, my friends, these demagogues actually boast that the Lord is on their side, and declare that the Lord is assisting them in the furtherance of their nefarious project. In Knoxville and surrounding localities, a short time since, daily prayer meetings were held wharf to the Almighty was beseeched to raise Lincoln's blockade, and to hurried attraction against the Burnside expedition.--Their prayers were partly answered — the blockade at Roanoke 1st and was most effectively raised — a reciprocal of their sacrilege dividedly tendered. Gentlemen, I am an Abolitionist; I applaud no solutions doctrines; I am a Southern man, and all my relatives and interests are thoroughly identified with the South, and Southern institutions. I was born in the Old Dominion, my parents were born in Virginia, and they