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sfied, and said the North had done nothing that was not right. I disputed the remark; but we had not met to talk politics, so we said no more. I inquired after our friends from Tennessee generally, and found that they were well. Jim Brownlow is Lieutenant Colonel of Bob Johnson's regiment. Strange for Brownlow's son and Andrew Johnson's to lie down together. I learned that Dan Trewitt, of Hamilton county, and Lieut. Bogard, of Philadelphia, Monroe county, were aids of Brig. Gen. Spear. Clift, from Hamilton, was organizing the 7th regiment. R. M. Edwards was over there, getting up a mounted regiment, to get after McLean's regiment. Young Pickens, who got his hand nearly cut off at Strawberry Plains Bridge, holds an office in one of the regiments. I could hear of but few from my county. Bogard and Jones, from Philadelphia; Rosers, from Fork Creek; John B. Libton's son, from near Morganton; and a few others, were all I could hear of from my county. David Cleveland, from near my