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Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.our course — murder — the crops, &c. O'Conner, Washington Co., Ga., July 1. I have an only son, and him I have offered on the altar of my country. I wish I had an hundred to send to the army, to do battle for the noble cause of liberty and independence. I did hope that the victory won by our fathers in the days which tried men's snouts, when Great Britain endeavored in vain to subjugate us, would have proved a lasting one, but alas! how soon does the most fine gold become dim. Not a single century has elapsed before our brethren — men boasting of our free institutions, and setting themselves forth as the champions of freedom per excellence, and philanthropists above all the rest — have undertaken to do the very same wicked thing which Great Britain undertook a great many years ago, and failed to accomplish — to crush out the spirits of liberty from as and to establish a despotic government over us, thus proving themselves tyrants