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course laid down in those letters. With the most bitter grief will you both look back on your course of imbecility, madness and folly. No one would be at all survived if the sweet trio, King Abe, Lord Seward and their poor were all hung by the Black Republican party in loss than 12 months. There will be awful suffering in your Northern State soon, which will bring on a terrible re-action. Then be to the tyren's and authors of this useless, bloody war. * * * When I lived in Virginia, Buckingham occupy, I frequently popular with many could "The poor old horse, let him die" You remind me very much of the old here, and I have honored you with a transposition of the song to suit your case. N. B. Jones. Song on Gen. Scott. Tune: Poor old Horse, let Him Die. Virginia had a son Who gathered up some fame, He won, And thereby won a name; But now growing old, and nature doth decay, Virginia one does scold, And all can hear her say, Poor old scott, let him die. He is