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Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.the Dispatch in Georgia--Military Enthusiasm — Bountiful crops, &c. Rome, Floyd Co., Ga., 15th June, 1861 I enclose you another list of subscribers to the Daily Dispatch, making in all about seventy-five sent you in the last week. Add to this the number previously sent to this offi
sterner sex in military ardor and enthusiasm.
If necessary to avenge the outrages perpetrated by Yankee demons upon their sisters of Virginia, fifty thousand of Georgia's fair daughters would clothe themselves in the panoply of war and rush to the bloody conflict.
But I hope the chivalry and undaunted bravery of their fathers, brothers, and husbands, may obviate the necessity of their taking the field.
The wheat crop of Georgia is now secured, and nothing like it, in quality and quantity, has ever been seen before since Adam was a baby. If Old Abe was ever impressed with the foolish notion that we were on the verge of starvation in the Cotton States,