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People determined to be free can never be conquered. To the Editors of the Dispatch: Thinking a brief account of the heroic exertions, indomitable skill; and final triumph of Frederick of Prussia, may be with advantage laid before our people at this time, and help to encourage us all in the unequal contest, I send you the following short summary drawn from "Allison's Life of Marlborough:" "Prussia was now threatened by the most formidable confederacy ever yet in modern times directed against a single State. Austria, Russia, France, Sweden, and Saxony, united in alliance to partition the Prussian territories. These allies had ninety millions of men in their dominions, and with ease could bring four hundred thousand to the field. Prussia had only six millions, who were strained to the utmost to array an army of one hundred and twenty thousand. Even with the aid of England and Hanover, not more than fifty thousand auxiliaries could be relied on. Prussia had neither s