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d 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 are common in the county. The imaginary line dividing Watanga from East Tennessee is a real fine of division in sentiment between her people and the traitors of that disaffected region. And I am happy to be able to state, from personal knowledge, that they are as heartily united in the cause of the South as any people in the Confederacy; and are determined to meet and drive back the Yankees and their allies, come they from East Tennessee or from any other quarter. Mountaineer. Lenoir, Caldwell co., N. C., Nov. 20, '61.