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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville weekly union. — 21 May 1865

3- V ... ' . ... v , "X" e t 111 THREE DOLLARS IN ADVANCE. 'W gitiiA.yjY 18 I865-. fay tke Soldiers. "We have on our table a sumber of conmHhications from private1 soldiers ceapkining of the neglect of the gov ernment to p7 them. P16 writers are married men whoso families are in dis tresa for the want of money to purchase food and clething. We deeply sympa thize with them; but nothing can be accomplished by publishing heir cor respoadence. Lay your complaints, boys, before the President He will beed aad have them attended to. The pro-slavery prophets are all at a gad discount. They 'assured the coun try that there never would bo an end1 of the rebellion unless the emancipa tion policy of the National Government was abandoned. The war has come to a close, and bo has slavery. The proph ets occupy back seats. Meeting of jglsslsslpplans. A meeting of " loyal Missisfiippians was held at Memphis on the llth inst, for the "purpose of appointing delegates to a Reconstruction Convention to b...

Publication Title: Nashville Weekly Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville weekly union. — 21 May 1865

11 VI ' , c r . ., . f HISTORICAL J ' I r ' ' " - i i ..i.i.. - . ' .,. ., , , , ,.,,.. mi. " y. ' i - " Henry A. Wlso eri ! tkeHoflo bfieallB wltk Traitors. '"Tcrnando Wooil wrote-a letter to PoV. "Wise of .Virginia, soven years ago, suggesting thb commutation of the sen tence of death passed on John Brown 'imprisonment for life- He did this Hot from merciful motives, but because he feared the effect the execution of Brown would lavo in tho Jion slave holding States against the democratic party. JLs a sop to the Virginia Cerbe rus, ho avowed that ho would hang- Mr. Seward, if he could bo caught But "Wise did'nt bite f.t the bate. He re. plied in a letter of some length. The following extract is a specimen of this precious epistle : "He shall be "executed a8 tho law sentences hirh and his body shall be delivered otfer V surneons, and await tho resurrection without'a graTC-in our soil. I have shown him all the mercy Which humanity can claim. Wise did not swerve from hia pur pose. He ...

Publication Title: Nashville Weekly Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
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