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f by the enemy in reach of them. They are gloating over the prospect of annihilating this command by overwhelming numbers, as they had the forces of the only man like Marshal Hey, "The bravest of the brave," at Concision. Behold a mighty army has fallen like magic upon him, and Austrians in Italy, who thought Napoleon had fallen from the clouds, were no more surprised than Gen. Grant. On his left are 20,000 men exclaiming, in an unknown tongue, "as come to Beauga." "we fight Yankee." "Liberte on mort!" Hear their shouts and calling in the winding Tennessee, whose crystal waters mirrored the beauties of the Court of Marta Antoinette, when counties exiles rattled a little to the South, and braved the forest and the plague rather than submit to the haughty Bourbons. Their sons still live. March on! march on! is echoed by the hills. The thunder of the cannon and pealing musket, the flashing of the bayonets and clashing swords, startle the confident foe, and ere he