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ion and dispersed the rebel army, I am for the Union as it was." The other, Col. Harrison, in reply to the questions, "Well, what sort of a Union will you have? did expect their sons will avenge their death?" "We will kill them, too," said Col. Harrison, "and replace them with loyal Africans." These two men represent the s annihilated, is equally the determination of both. What has become of Col. Harrison we do not know. Gen. Lytle was killed, we believe, in the battle of Chicka extraordinary manner, and which never yet deserted a righteous cause. Col. Harrison's bloody menace, uttered in the true spirit and appropriate language of his free than live and die slaves. It is some consolation to be informed that Col. Harrison proposes to replace our slaughtered people with "loyal Africans." None but ublicans. They are superior in all humane and social qualities to brutes like Harrison, and, if we must leave the earth, we would prefer either them or the wild beas