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e it down as a settled fact to be reckoned from, that these States will never form an alliance again with the Abolition States of the North--never while the world stands. An army of a million soldiers could not force them back. They will die to a man first, save, perhaps, here and there one who has neither cotton nor negroes to fight for, and who would be glad to see no one better off than himself. Party lines are now annihilated. There is no longer any Whig or Democrat, Southern man and Yankee, but Southern Confederacy men. Tennesseeans are now called upon to decide whether they will fight the South or the North. We rejoice to see the change the political mind of Tennessee is undergoing--Nashville is overwhelmingly for secession to-day. All the men I left Union men, I find now thinking with me, save one--i. e., all I have yet conversed with. I learn that a similar change of opinion is universal, except in the mountainous districts of Tennessee. I regard that the fate of Te