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Virginia and Tennessee railroad, not a hundred miles distant. The sequel will soon prove that the val of the army of the Kanawha to Kentucky was entirely unnecessary, and that the panic into which the Government fell for the safety of Gen. Sydney Johnston was wholly without ground. It will prove that much more good could have been effected by menacing Cincinnati from Western Virginia through Eastern Kentucky, than by massing our whole force for mere defence before Bowling Green. True milito go to the dogs. A strong force at Peterstown, sending out detachments into the valleys of the Kanawha, the Guyandotte, and the Sandy, would, in co-operation with the movements of Marshall and Zollicoffer, have given infinitely more aid to Gen. Johnston, while at the same time protecting one-fourth of Virginia now left at the mercy of the enemy, than this reckless and soon to prove disastrous measure of stripping Western Virginia of its own troops. The Government will be surprised some
nt Lincoln, written at Washington. 2. Letter to President Lincoln, written at Washington. 3. Letter to President Lincoln, written at Washington. 4. Letter to President Lincoln, written near the Government. 5. Letter to the Editor of--,written is Maryland. 6. Letter to Secretary Seward, written in Maryland. 7. Letter to President Lincoln, written in Maryland. 8. Letter to Doctor Tying, written in Baltimore. 9. Letter to General Scott, written in Maryland. 10. Letter to Mr. Everett, written in Maryland Price, 50 Cents. Prescience. --A Speech delivered by Hon. Beverly Tucker, of Virginia in the Southern Convention held at Nashville, Tenn. April 13th, 1850. Price 25 Persons remitting the price of either of the above named Rocky will have them sent to any part of the Southern Confederacy free of postage. The trade allowed a liberal discount. Address orders to West & Johnston, Publishers, 145 Main st., Richmond, Va.