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ed me that he had nine sons in the army, aged from 18 to 39 years, and that he had two more to go in a few days; and that if his country needed his scrutces he was ready to respond to his country's call, and "shoulder arms" in defence of Southern rights and honor. Mr. Phillips also had an only daughter, whom he represented as a "ship of the old block" If our Confederacy had many such sen as Henry Phillips, the "universal Yankee nation" would find Southern soil a hard road to travel." ed me that he had nine sons in the army, aged from 18 to 39 years, and that he had two more to go in a few days; and that if his country needed his scrutces he was ready to respond to his country's call, and "shoulder arms" in defence of Southern rights and honor. Mr. Phillips also had an only daughter, whom he represented as a "ship of the old block" If our Confederacy had many such sen as Henry Phillips, the "universal Yankee nation" would find Southern soil a hard road to travel."