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The Daily Dispatch: April 18, 1864., [Electronic resource], Skirmish at
The Daily Dispatch: July 13, 1864., [Electronic resource], Getting Weak in the
Getting Weak in the Knees. --If reports be true, all the South has to do to establish her independence firmly, in a very brief space of time, is persevere in her present habit of whipping the Yankees. A Tupelo correspondent of the Mobile Advertiser says letters have been received from Washington, one at Mayfield, Ky. from Lucien Anderson, Congressman from that district, and the other at Dresden, Tenn, from the notorious Emerson Etheridge, saying that hostilities would cease next month; or, at all events armistice would be proposed, and begging their respective friends to use their utmost endeavor to have those States go with the North, Etheridge says, "We are whipped," and Anderson that "the present Congress will recognize the Confederacy."