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The two Northern parties. A correspondent of the Macon (Ga.) Telegraph narrates a conversation he had with two officers of Rosecrans's army before the battle of Chickamauga. One of them, Gen. Lytle, a Democrat, whilst disclaiming all sympathy with Abolitionism, said: "This foolish, and wicked, and unjustifiable rebellion must and shall be put down at whatever cost: and then, when our army has reached the heart of the rebellion and dispersed the rebel army, I am for the Union as it was." Th
ys in civilized language "the rebellion must and shall be put down at whatever cost," means the same thing.
Continue the rebellion and be 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 Chickamauga.
These are but individuals; the parties whom they represent are still alive, and equally bent upon our destruction.
We have little interest, therefore, in the contests of parties and the re