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they meet the enemy will fight as of yore. The ranks are filling up rapidly, and a just system of furloughs having been instituted, the men can visit their homes and families, and always return in splendid spirits. The different corps have almost unanimously re-enlisted for the war. Some regiments facetiously re-enlisted for "forty years or the war" Others "for this war, and three years of the next one" This all goes to show the general tone of the command. The enemy are reported at Morristown with two army corps--merely feeling their way to see what has become of us. As we are now, we can either advance or go off at a tangent to Kentucky or elsewhere. The Union feeling here is incense. Remember this town of Greenville is the headquarters of Andy Johnson and tribe. The people are the most degraded I ever saw. The women are as had as the men — all swear and use tobacco. A refugee just from East Tennessee gives the most deplorable accounts of the situation of the unhap