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erday upon the occasion of the presentation to his company of a flag of the new Confederacy by the ladies of this town. Judge Yerger is the judge of the District Court, and is second in point of 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 reconstrucn any of these statements; nor is there, so far as I know, or have reason even to suspect, a syllable of truth in them as to either of the other gentlemen named by your misinformant. I have not exchanged one word, on any subject, with either Judge Sharkey or Judge Yerger, or Mr. Beene, since the secession of Mississippi; have not heard Gen. Partridge speak on the subject of politics since that time; and though in frequent intercourse with Mr. Lake, no allusion to the organization of a party or