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The Daily Dispatch: June 18, 1861., [Electronic resource], Our
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Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.the Southwest still Volunteering--Tennessee elections — Andy Johnson, Nelson, Maynard & Co. Gone to the Mountains. Goodson, Va., June 11th, 1861. It may be interesting to your many readers to hear from the Southwest, that loyal portion of the State, which has never proved false to Virginia in her hour of tribulation — We have but one "black sheep" in all the flock — to wit: Sharp, of Lee, delegate to the State Convention; but more of him present
all right, 70,000 majority for Secession.
It is reported that Knoxville proper gives a Secession majority, and the county of Tom Nelson repudiates his union with Lincoln.
All hail to the volunteer State!
Report says, that Andy Johnson and Yankee Maynard have taken the "underground railroad North," via Ohio, whilst Etheridge, Lugg, Baxter, Temple, and "Speaker" Nat Taylor have gone to "look out," near Chattanooga, to cool off.
Crops never looked better in the Southwest.
Corn, oats, whea<