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a notice no short that not one tenth of the population could by any possibility have been removed within that period, the bloody and brutal treatment of unoffending private citizens, and the wanton destruction of their property, all show a ferocity of spirit unparalleled in modern warfare, and which, if successful, can never be appeased till it has capped the climax of its crimes by the deliberate murder of our leaders upon the scaffold. This is no empty threat of the Yankee press. If President Davis could be taken to morrow, or any of our great leaders, they would be executed under every circumstance of infamy and shame as surely as the sun rises in heaven. And what do we propose to do in return? What do we who, in the wicked invasion of our country, the desolation of our hearthstones, the destruction of every species of property, the slaughter of our sons and brothers, have every motive for barbarity and vengeance, what do we propose to do to these indescribable villains, th
Jennings Wise Hussars. --We are pleased to see that the glorious name of Jennings Wise the Southern hero and patriot, is to be perpetuated so far as a "band of brothers" of his own stamp can perpetuate his example. The "Jennings Wise Hussars," a cavalry company, are in the field and have elected the following officers: Captain, Julius Tucker; 1st Lieutenant, F. W. Tichenor; 2d Lieutenant, Richard A. Wise; 3d Lieutenant J. Lucius Davis, Jr. J. B. Johnson, Orderly Sergeant; Simon E. Stone, 2d Sergeant; W. H. Blount, 3d Sergeant; B. F. Stuart, 4th Sergeant; M. B. Curry 1st Corporal; Batherst M. Davis, 2d Corporal; J. B. Chapman, 3d Corporal; Geo. E. Berry, 4th Corporal.