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f the Freeman's Journal, New York, seems to be delighted with the late caustic letter of Hon. Emerson Etheridge to the Memphis Union Club. We give the closing paragraphs. They are rich, racy, and truthful: But there was another object in view, and right nobly did Mr. Etheridge accomplish it. He intended severely to reproach the miserable few who thrust themselves forward as the representae on their list! How diminutive must "Little Tommy" have felt when he heard that the Hon. Emerson Etheridge did not know him; for his mental aberration is such that he imagines himself the fulcrum of the lever with which old Abe moves the world! But Mr. Etheridge was right. There is not an old Memphian of integrity or of influence whose name can be found on the "Union Club" roll. "Little Tomm is a brief outline of the Union champions of Memphis who are yet writhing under the lash of Mr. Etheridge. It may be useful to some of your readers, should they desire to enter on a study of human