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you were defeated for Lieutenant in Rice's company, Confederate service. I am now watching the destruction of all of Uncle Sam's property. We captured Col. Boone and his whole command this morning. The Colonel is a clever man, but not very particular in choosing his company. As an old friend, I advise you and Andy to leave the city, or you will be compelled to take up quarters in Tuscaloosa. Respectfully, yours, J. R. McCann, Captain of Cheatham Rifles. [answer.] Nashville, August 12. Dear Dick McCann: I am truly glad to hear from you. Did not know you were so near — great victory, no blood spilt. Your eloquent Union speeches for Douglas made a deep impression on me. I can't change. Andy's health is fine, and so is mine. Don't put off your coming home. Why do so when so near? When you come we will extend to you the hospitalities of the city in a warm reception. If you will wait, I'll be in Gallatin to-morrow. Don't go before I see you. Your family are a