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A Voice from the army.

--A Mobile soldier in General Lee's army, in a private letter hom writes "The Yankee papers report an expedition for Mobile wish to Heaven I could be there. I would like to fight the devils near our home.--Every one returning from reports our people at home backed and more than half whipped. There is one little band that is all right, and equal to fifty good battles yet. The army of Northern Virginia has not saying "die" is it not singular and that he people out side of the army and out of danger, should fact like giving fore the men who are exposed to everything it makes the to know that we are with even one of such a set of cowardly tools as those must he who so much as think of facing the consequences of our subjugation. Can it he that all the virtue and manhood of the country are in the army.?"

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