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The Daily Dispatch: June 21, 1864., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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erature. --A correspondent sends the Atlanta Register the following. It is an official paper from the able pen of the Yankee Provost marshal of Monroe county, East Tennes see. It is an exact copy of the original, word for word and letter for letter: Madisonville, Tenn., Feb. 28, 1864. Mrs. Ena Stephens. --I see myself Down this lavenin to Drope you a few lines to late you know that from the owe Rages has bin com Mitted by some person One none tome but Charging Albert Stephens Cleveland Stephens James Thomas and others there was three my Soldier mete in the Road on day this Last week and their horses & apparatus taken from them, and complaint being Made to Me and Asking that you and Dawtor Nathaniel Waterson & famety Thos. Heasely Sarah Thomas Nancy Haukins and Susan Haukins to be taken and held as hostages for the citing of Monroe County and property, I am Deterred to change the thing in this County So it there is any more Deliberation Don in this county you all shall
English prosperity. At the commencement of the present war Vice President Stephens is understood to have expressed the opinion that England would not be induced by the loss of our cotton to recognize our independence. The reasons he gave for the opinion were that the anti-slavery spirit was too strong in that country to admit of it, and that a war with Yankeedom would throw the whole carrying trade of the world into English hands, thereby amply reimbursing her for all the damage the manufacturing interests might sustain from the loss of the American staple. These views have been completely sustained by the occurrences of the last three years. England is, at this moment, enjoying a degree of prosperity which the wildest and most visionary statesman would not have imagined four years ago to have been within the range of possibility. Gentlemen lately arrived from Europe in the Confederacy — men who have been acquainted with London all their lives — represent the evidences of inc