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|Summary:||This is a letter dated May 20, 1846 from William Lytle in Murfreesboro, Tennessee to the Governor of Tennessee, Aaron V. Brown. In this short letter, Payth tells the governor that in light of the war with Mexico, members of a disbanded company of soldiers he once commanded were determined to reorganize and answer their call to duty.|