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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 24 July 1862

. '-4k W jmfr , 1 Hwy -UtU(WIlll 0 IT MUST PUBLISHED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF PLINTER3. OFFICE ON PRINTER'S ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADEIlICK STREETS. VOL I. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY JULY 24, 1802. NO. SO Wax' a 3 r '. 7.-Jlx : iitrttr k ... .tV-"r f )aton Counfn girttlors. CITY GOVERNMENT. John iu'oh kmith, mk. WiU.IlM PTIANK, Jlerorrfer. JIJHH CIILMBLF.Y, X.vrdwi. VeMry Jfur.W. W. H. Wilkinson, A. C. Torker, aid Juan A. da-la. CUeri tOu Slttl Jc hn ChumhUy,r-Iei, ttrt; Jui I. Ryaa, 'Coud , and John Kn-Witk, tlilrd. Tua- JaMMor WiIImib Driver. Jiimkk A. B. Shanklasd lor Tae ('Elector If B (larrelt. Vxiwrir H ll.-nry. TCVir AfaWer Tbon.a Leake. Sjie rialawd-al l A l'orA.w J Q D-'dd. .Si.rer..IMidV-ii o (A W'ulw Hi-Juwl WyML 'Ae e tht Firt rdrinewi lohn H. rUabury. Mjm af la Omrrarjr T. II. Mrllrale. fitwrt Vntrrr J. L. SU-warl. (V Attorney -John Md'hall Smith CITY COUNCIL. B.irJ AldVman M. M. Rilon, President ; J. K. Newmau.U. A. J. May Held, H.iJ. Scovel, Win 8 Client, bain, J....

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 24 July 1862

For Freedom and Nationality1. . r. iir.nc.i:, r.diior. THURSDAY MORNING JULY 2t, ICxpulalon of n bolder Irom a Southfru Mivr t onlcd ttrntj. The expulsion of almost every imu slsvcholder from the Southern Conferler ary, if it could be entablinhed, would be a moral certainty. It would be a con fiiatont, a necessary and a jus'iftcrUt mtaaure on tlm part of that Confederacy, which a regard for its saMy would coni pol it to adopt. Hon. L. W. Si'iurr, who has made the moat logical and sen Bible exposition of the Southern caue which we have yet necn, says in his cel ebrated letter to lion. John- I'r.nKivs : "Tho real contest is bel ween the fu" fmnnf Society, which have become, eft fablialicd, the one at the Nortli, anil the Other at the South. Society is essentially dlfTuiant frntn eovernmtnt as difli'rciit as U the nut from the bur, or the nerv ous bocly of tho ttli.'lliiH.i from the bony structure which surrounds it; and with in this floveriimcnt two societies had be come developed as ...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 24 July 1862

j TUUEtAY SIORNINO, JL'LY 24, l-2 1' CorrMponlrnia, Our corrriKndi'ntK must allow us to taVi our own tin for reading their cora ninnlntloni. Wt hare no time to be read to. It is literally jmpniiilile. f'nt. Klokrt' ard. Let ill loyal ritiren rear! (lie Card of Col. V. D. FroKis, ralliDg for a Cavalry IiVgiuit-nt, and lot all who can respond to the call. Here is a chance, not only for tlicdi hargo f a high duty, which eve- ry man owes to his government and socie ty, but for a most honorable distinction. The guerrillas have already cost Ten nessee more than the value of all her slaves. The iouisville train arrived as usual yesterday evening. All right again on the Potomac 1 This liebellion is a most causeless and wicked one, hut the war we wage is most just and holy. The cavalry regiment of the gallant Col. llAuuAftn, the Forth Kentucky, arriv ed here yesterday. They are a splendid set of fighters and have seen the rough est sort of service. Our friend Dii.i.y Com.ikr has laid no unde...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 24 July 1862

iJtoluillc Linton. ! I 11 o8Im:ctu- I or tii NASHVILLE UNION. Tut Na-irvitii riio mcniwl fw eiuce, for the p irp.-u oTopp t!j Rebel SViut!..-rn I.Vr'.d-nry, and of -lvorl;iig the rH irutior, if Vvdcril authority, without any abatement, ever 11 the Flab-i which have alu-mpte'l 1'' m-wle. It hull's a? friend. M "ho ' M"i '"' 14 f' U W" the Cmon of the KU!.-.. It h.iH na vtatdiword but Kr.xdox .iu Natidkaiiit. Will rebel, and trailo laa no cnuinroDiiM to make It co'ifU'li I"' tlio Federal C-mnlitullon an 4 Hit Taw. gii'li id pin-uanoo thereof u the Pitikii I w or nil l.M, anything In the Constitution and lAAiofuuy u! the Ptv.ea to the contrary n.tnith alandlng. It out"tii!a for the I'Dion of tba Plate., because without it Hi' preservation nf our lllicrtl.w int ln.ll. Inllonf and the orga.ni7.imon of ata-lety Itself are wholly ImiKiwible. The n-lore, whatever .Uin-'. In the ay of crunhlnf out thu rebellion and reatoring ! I'nl'iii in-i.t perish, no mutter by what i.nme It bo I'rd. To tl...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 25 July 1862

vex UtUJmMLUjaukAmm'M'i - v IT MUST p w 0s i , 4h ' rr-l lit! A. A I 1 J rUBIISIIED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF rilJNTERS. OFFICE 0 HUNTER'S ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADEMCK STREETS. VOL I. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, FRIDAY JULY 25, 1862. NO. 90 ' i . , ' 'daw. X til Y . - . 3 4 . PI H V -- - "A n v- 1 "1(1 HW ,rtf7 Mla 8 H itR. . ifcasasi v. 2I A'A- i dl if 2- DHL. I 1 530 11 fl Bi 3 , L 1 , K, & i 331 P.-a H 4 . g otxv : i tea gabibson.dDmiijT girtttorj. CITY GOVERNMENT. JOHN IIIJUH KM ITU, M.tpnr. WII.U4M HUNK, Bmordtr. JOHN CHUM alXY, Manhul. lupxly NanhaUYl II Wilkinson, A. C. Tucker, and Jioim A. Hlatla. (Marts oflh Maria Julia Chumbley ,a.oikio, first; Jul. 1.. Ryo,acood ; and John Redillck, llilrd. Tom A kmot William Orlver. Kmm CoUtetork. B. Htianklsntl. Waler Tux Colltclor B. B. OarrflU. Trraturm It. Henry. Wharf hltxMrr Thuoaa Leake. Huprri)m.lntt of Iht WarUvmm J. Q P "Id. ,Vim'iiHlm of Iht WuUr H'erat James Wyatt. ( la. (( If F lxVartmmt-iihn M. Hcaliury. A'Mtoa o tfis 0(er-T....

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 25 July 1862

laW.mUjAi For Freedom and Nationality; n. C. JflKUCE", ICdltor. FRIDAY MORNING JULY 25, 1RC.2. ' ;ov, Vn, II. f'ampbrll. Our readers will be delighted to learn tlialcx-GoTornorCAMriiKLL has accepted the appointment of Brigadier General tendered him by the President and Con gress, on condition that he is not to go out of the State. Ilia military espcrlence, his high character and great popularity will make him a powerful auxiliary to the cause of law and order. Loyal Tenrics- seeans, rally to the Btandard of your gallant leader, and under hie guidance you can Bare your homes from the fire and sword of the guerrillas. Delay not time is precious. Strike while the iron is hot. Slave tcallngIaoU 4 nana. from If we credit the assertions of tho rebel pipers in the South, and a certain class of papers in tho North, wt must believe that a large portion of the Northern peo ple are engaged in stealing slaves, who tun awar from their masters, and we t must charge the loss of slaves who run way ...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 25 July 1862

aWBrHaiV'l flasIuiUc Simon. FRIDAY MOnN'INa, JULT 2.V lff.?. Ta (.'orrrapn4rnii, Our corrcptM-indt-nts num. allow u to lake our own tiro flw reading Ihoir com manicationa. "We hete'na lime (o bp rad to. It is litorllirn)wibIp. Captain Diur.EH left with doTcn liun tired Frctlerat iioiuT8 parolod al Mur frctslwro', and McMinnvillc, for Cauip Chase tliis morning. We lieve learned that our I'rovoitt Mar eli&l hat actually Wn asked by !ebl ladies whose husbands are in the rebel ai my, to plnce guards around their houHca in this city, to protect them? Inn't that modesty for yon Nas'iTille Union CJnard will meet at half -past so ven, I'. 11., hereafter, intttead of four All absent members without leave will bn arrested and dealt with ac cordingly. lly order of the Captain, F. Enhkbi.ine, 0. S. Guerrillas, stop your inoendiary'and reckless course, while yon may, for the Union men of Tennessee havo soundod their slogan, and the "CAMrnnu.s are comingl" Stop your wickedness and folly in ti...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 25 July 1862

i it s p i: ctus f Till NASHVILLE UNION, Tu Smnni Csnomrm cnmiiiencad fuw wmLi (imflo, for tin- purr;" of 'IP '"JK BcD0 SouHmrn Cotddrany, and of adT-alli:t; th tealoratlon of Fr-laralaulhtirliy, wllhoul any abatement, ovr ill lb Statea which bav atlamplad to ocda. It h.M u frirudaall who auport, and aa for all whonppoae th Union of tlie State. It liw do watchword but Ftirioii ad Natiohahtt. W th rebrli nod trallo baa Do comprimuo Io niaka. Itcontnd for th Federal Cunatllullon ami tha Lawa mida In purnnaiice thereof as the Rent Law Of mi Land, anything la t!m Constitution ar.d Lavrtofauy of til FMtoa to the cnntriry nntwub Undlog. It contnrta for the Union of 11, a Ptatt-a, liecanHc without It Iht preservation of our llhartlca and Inatl tntlona And tlie orguiitttlnn of aclety Itarlf arc wholly Impomible. Therefore, winterer lUnda In the way of crutdiing out tho rebellion and restoring Vnlan mint pcrleb, its matter bjr what ram It be lied. To the people of Totincsnoe, ever renowned f...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 26 July 1862

fa l''''?ggg!!CJt'SgW?WgTllWl'.'efJ'g IT MTJST B$ rUBLISIIED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF HUNTERS. OFFICE ON TKINTEB'3 ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADERICK STREETS. VOL I. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, SATURDAY. JULY 26, 18G2. NO. 91 Jlaton County girtdorj. CITY QOVEHNMINTi JoilM HIGH KM ITH, Motor. Wlll.IiM rlilANE, Rtcordor. JOHN CHIMBIJlY, Mortal. J,uy JafaraWi W. 11. Wilkinson, A. C. Tucker, and Jhn A. ktultt. tier, of At Marl John Chuinblej.sa-oirkio, first; Jos I. R.nn, second ; and John Roudlc.lt, third. Tarn Amor William Driver. Jraeeaae tfelertor A. B. Hhanklaai fMT To aMwr e". B. Oerrwtt. Trvaturw R Hr-nrjr. H aor or-Thiaa Loeke. ftljnloW ts Worlknu J. 0,. Dxid. .tvpHUmUnl e tt W.ur fforh-Junn Wyatt. Chitf of Uu Fir I)fl,arfmma John M. Soebury. Hulon of lU CmMtrtt. 11. Millrirle. Aom Owwr-J. L. Stewart... tlry Allonty John McPhall Rmlin. CITY COUNCIL. J.aril of iHilywm M.V. Brleo, President j J. E. Newman, O. A. J. May Held, H O. Hcovel, Wm. I Choat bam, J. C Smith, M. 0. 1.. Claiborne, and...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 26 July 1862

'cOSTISCED MOM FIRST PAOl Mapistrate of our Moved country, in the hour of its grrntcnt jwril, wb cmiiot wholly decline. We are willing o irust every question rclalitiR to their intercut and happinras to the coimiderafion and ultimate jmlpment of our own people. While dilli-ring from you aa to the necea aity of emanripatinit tho alavea of our filatea aa a mean of putting down the rebellion, and while protesting asrainttt the propriety of an extra territorial in terference to induco the people of our State to adopt any particular line of policy on a anhject which peculiarly and exclusively liclon to them, yet when you and ourhrethern of the loval StuUn aineerely believe that th retention of slavery by us is an obatacle to peace and national harmony, and are willing to contribute pecuniary aid to compensate our States and people for the inconven ience produced by such a system, we arc not unwilling that our people should con sider the propriety of putting it anide. But we have already ...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 26 July 1862

'a,wf- J i CRDAY Vp7tN"IXG, JULY 2C. 18C2. To Corrrapondenta. ur corrfioti(lcnfs must allow u to i our own time for reading (heir com ikklioDfl. We hare no time to be I to. It it literally impossible. 'lie AddrcflR or the Preaident to the K lr Stale Congrraauioii n n d Miuir re- win ve rrau wiui uji h,,m,di public. We ahall comment on tbrra :ulure. T Correction. Ve loam tliat we were entirely iiiinin ned in elating in ytalciday'e issue t Governor Cammeu, had accepted the ointment of Brigadier-General on ditioti that he should atay in this !. He accop It L-coNniTTOSAi,T.y, 1 although it in but natural that lie uIJ prefer aiding in the immediate iveranes of big beloved State from the eld, yet he la ready and eager to inarch erever the voice of bis Government y call him, and thousands of prayers I blrasinga will go with him. The new Qureu of Spain hag received ) hundred and twenty-four names, index if she will write them all when i genda her card? riirATitE. Another fine house last .hi...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 26 July 1862

K J. paajajnss WW '".'4. IftrtrttS ilsl?1 P it O 8 P K C TUB NASHVILLE t UNION, Til NMimtLi Cxini was oommourad a fw rka thca, for Ih purpoao cii liuj tlia JU-bal Southern Confcdarary, tod of advocating tba mtiratloa of Flral authority, without any tbttruact, over ill the Statr which bsrt llemptJ to scosdi). It hU u friends all bo mpport, aa't Is foot all who stipes tha Colon of tha Blale. It has ha watchword hut FaimvoM inn NaTtoNiijvr. With rebtla tad irallu., . . Iiu Da umprunV.s lo maks. I.oontendi for tha Indira! Constitution and tha Lawa mtiU la puraaanca theraof M tha gtraaiK Law or nit Lixu, anything In tha Constitution aiul laws af ans of t!w Flail to the. contrary DOtwltti-landing-. Hootileuda for the Unl.m of tlia Status, hooviau wlthnat it the prrrvatlon of our llbortlna and tnatt. tuiioM n Uin(argwi(utiODf of 1001017 itlf are wholly Unpoaaibla. Ttiron., wl alver eUn 'a In tha way of crushing out the rube'.lloa and restoring I'nlno nut porlah, bo matter by hat name It bo...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 27 July 1862

J. . IT MUST Ujj PUBLISHED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF PRINTERS. OFFICE ON PRINTER'S ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADEKICK STREETS. VOL I. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, SUNDAY - JULY 27, 1802. NO. 02 - ;x- .... ' llv?3. . . r. V" .-w .A A, ,4t a II, ' Hitt0it. a' .. ri i, :7wr'-i.:v vi its ita - -r int. t. '.....i..s v a r- . i c rca ;' 1 . .. .! ' - ; - 7 f gilgaiMLig p gabibson Countn gircdors. CITY GOVERNMENT. JOHN IIUUH SMITH, Mayor. WILLIAM fllANK, litcardtr. JuIlN CJIIMUI.KY, Af.ir.Aal. ' Jfulf UanlmliV. II. Wllklnmn, A. C. Tucker, and Jeiuas A. Hrl. C'lerla of lU Mnr IM Jiua IhiiniLley.ea-io, , Ural; J 1- Rjan,a.euud ; and John Roddick, laird. Tux Messor Williaru Ilrlver. (.MM CWiM" A. B.Shankland. Hooter Tux (JolUdurt. B liarrotl. Trraesrer R. Henry. Ukarf Mutter Tll"U.a lko. SapsnalrwfMll of (e urM I. y Pl(l. Kumlrmlml H'u't Herts James Wyatt. Out of A Vwt iirtm- Joon M. Soatoiry. Sex, o (As Whr-T. H. M. Bride. Hrttt Over.eer J . L. Stewart. City Altornry JollU Mcl'hall Smith. CITY COUNCIL. ...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 27 July 1862

For freedom ftni NationAlity. H. :. ffUCHt Editor. SUNDAY MORNING. JULY 27, 18C2. The I.ereraf flcbcl PoWr. Th memberi of ConRrePi wlio pigned tlie reply of tlio majurity to the Presi dent's Address on the subject of emanci pation, nay in (he coursef their remarks: "Nor do we (permit us to say, Mr. President, with all respect to yon) apra that the institution of slavery is ''the lever of their (i. . tbe rebels,) power," but we are of the opinion that "the lever of their power" is the apprehension that the power of a common Uovernmeut, created for common and equal preten tion to the interests of all, will be wield ed axaiiiHttha institutions of the South ern Slates." Now an alarming inquiry forces itself right here upon every reflecting mind: If demagogues and reckless odlce-hunt-ers have been able to deceive the people of the .South into the belief that the Fed eral government intended to destroy slav ery.at the very time when the government was fostering and protecting the system i...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 27 July 1862

tpaabvitlc 4tnion. T i: u M : Da? Ixm, ptr kn.um o wrfk to Tw Wmklt Chios, pranuntii 16 00 Vlf 1!.Wi,iiiiiii 12 00 It AT KM OK AJ)VKIITtSIj. (m unw oi lav to ounfirrvt a jpiri ) 1 Hjuarr, 1 day, ft 0O uh additaaal tniuvltu I M " " 1 wrmt, S Wl M:b id'lilwl aqnarr I M " 1 " 4 60 mi i " 1 ramtri,S im " 1 00 " t " 00 " " ' 4 M " " I " 13 00 11 " 0 " " " lit 00 ' 1 00 - 11 it 00 " " 10 00 'r yv rVJj:ii'i'iKji;iirt in Diiri'AiTj TBI Tt win m n ni.fiwn : Qnarfr Cvlumu, 1 u mli IS 00 " , '' . t ' M oo ' " '" 3 " S OV " " t 44) (0 " " U " SO 0 Half rulumn 1 Rmu'll 0 00 a 8" o i " - s " : uo " A " tft (K) " ' IK " Kft (JO On C olumil 1 " ' 31 (.0 " i " 40 0)1 ' S " 4 00 " " S " 70 i 0 ' l'i " 110 00 AilrprtkcmonU rwupyln any 'cciM jKmltlon ia dt -40 mt ct.nl. auillLoual ; n,:i 11 lli-.i. ..ul.uu, 10 I"T i:''i. t. 9tr AovrrtlMi'inriitfi lnnorlfd In tli lral (.'rilurvn ehK"t at ilirat(.f iwniv oM. t.r Im. Cltfoigitt may Im mada pmiudi'Tiilly htn agrio-l UMM; but ry .u:tl cliainc will hmilv.1 r...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 27 July 1862

r.- iit'gwiaxiiLB'WPi,'-'-'-itiaM.-Mla',qpg (cojmxCKft tncv first hob Annex (B) to the rTi tnttf r-'inrr th- I'nited . ,SUiM of America und (J real Lriurin, for tl abolition of tin- African slave trade, "tignrdnt Wa&inytcn m 'seftrdh dajjrf Ap a, j'rea. ItcguhHvni far the mixc-t courts of jus! ire. L AltTl'.I.E I. i ........ Tlio mixed cnui'U of justice, to be t UMishod umlur Die iroviaiiius of ilie treat r, of wliicli tlirsc regulation am de clared to be an integral part, tliall be cuiiiHfii'd iu tha followinK maimer ; - The two liijrli rontrnf!tinr parties shall carb name jiidg and an arbitrator, who hliall be auUi'irizc'd to hear and to decide, without appeal, all case of -capturu or di teiition of vesm ls which ,in piirsiuinee of the nfipulaiioiia of the afurciuid treaty, uLaliliu broutjLt before llifiu. ,r . . ... - The itidffel and the -trbirfaloM ahull, before they eliter tijxm tlx duties of their olllce, respectively make oath ln-fore the principal mnKi"tratc of tlieplac...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 29 July 1862

A it i is- jjiaixwax: IT MUST i ! 11 i I v i Vi ft ft PUBLISHED BY AN AHSOTIATIOX OK PIUNTEIlS.-OFTICE OS TlilNTER'S ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADEKICK STREETS. 7 VOL I,; : NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, TUESDAY. JULY 20, 1802. NO. 93, (ON BHn abibsoit (County jOircctorn. CITY GOVERNMENT. ; .JOHN HUUIl SMITH, Jfiy.v 4 WII.l.laM SHANK, keruriltr, ;- in jiruMiiiJiV, Muh.x ; , j ! Jvjmy Vannil. W. II. WiVklnmn, A. C. Tucker, ud Jainea A. Steel. ' ' ' Cltrki otln M.nlctl lilui i:huinliley,. otflcu., Aral; Jon I.. Ryan, second , and John KcJJick, Ihird Tax AueUur William KrivtT.' " l,vmn VMJVrw. A. 8. MumHtoiJ. . R'uer TaM Voltrctur K. II tierrelt. Tro.irr R. lurnry.' ' ' Wkurf JMlrri-TlnifcM Iak.. rliiserAitoirfr. lAe irerlAouee J. Q... Dodd. ; Ihymitltmlnt e (A H'uler WerU Jamua Wyull. OA i ( aW i Ajxwfmmt-Jclin II. Heabnry. fiexb.a af flit Ofnetore T, ll MvUrlde. Sire Ovirrr J.li. Stewart. Cil i(luriw( Julio Mcrball Smith. i OlTvl COUNCIL. --' IL.irJ Attrme V. M Brien. rroeident : J. K. No man...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 29 July 1862

wsr that the Government of your country should have llie power to ihiio letters of nianpie and reprisal as it is to pass a confiscation bill. Our commerce lias been crippled ; vessels have been detach ed from the naval sorties 'tint on account of those two or three vessels, which, if yon had authorized letters of marque and reprisal, iiiiriii unvn noon tnKcn six or twelve months npo. We have a per fect riitlit to do it on the principle that no nation has a right to look into the course, of the conduct of another nation in pulling down a rebellion. It may seem that the view I have thus taken of the power of the Government is a little strong. I know that the propriety of a man taking thn course to which I have nlladcd In relation to the confisca tion bill has been called in question. If gentlemen can point mo to any othr remedy, if gentlemen can show me any othor system, I should be willing to adopt it., Aa I remarked two months no, if we have not the power to pass aeonl'mea tion bill...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 29 July 1862

ITasIu'ille Pinion. TUESDAY MOUSING. JH.Y 29, 1SG2. Kaahvtll (.uardn. Attention I You are rf'inralfil to mtcl to-day, Iironijilly, at Art. o'rlwk, a busitmin of importance t every immbrr will pome bofuro tlic Company. Hj order of tho Captain. F. Esi'mtm, 0. S. 1'araonn Elliott, I'-Ai.tiwix and Font, wcrafptit from the 1'enitciitiarj yeatt-r-tla" morning, ly order of tlic Governor to LouiaWlle . to be committed to the keeping ff General lWm.l. TIh i e are some prominent lA-rr In the Federal army who deserve tho straps on their shoulders and more too. .... It it hiKhly desirable that positions in the Army bo .filled by promotions from the ranks, nd it is also disirable that some officers bo transferred to (lie ranks. l'.oth measures would have a most salu tary effect. Tho N. Y. Ucrull persiHls in calling lien. MeClollan "Our young Napoleon." Napoleon at what age, Mr. IleraU t Two Ur-aldfrala. Next to large accessions to tho Federal army, ve tiaed a good many resigna tions in it arotmd...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 29 July 1862

"V is. a.-." r ,$asbvil(!; twnii;: " . C. itlKUCTK, Tdltor. . , , . T-r. v. : ,T Corruonilom, i.i .Our corr(!pondcnU unisi ftltuvf ' ut "t4 take oar own time for reading their cotn- mtiniantioiitf. We have ' no' time,, to Lg read to. It is literally impossible.' ' " . . ..- ' - y " - - - : r- tJ . . ' . i .. -I'laaae Notice. ,. i . , - - 1" ' " ' t V have no time to trmserili com municatiorm. We sometinica receive conitnnniralions with a scrap of confi dential informaUfNOvriJtetl tjn .the back of the niannscript.'-'Of "ooorae If we tiafl the manuscript we hire to re-write it, and this imposes entirely too much labor on us. We have no time for such work. 1'oetotncce Ite-opcned In Tennrnef, Naubville, Davidson county. Murfrecsboro', Rutherford county. Jordan's Valley (Christiana), Itulhcr- ford ceuoty;', ; !';'.: .. Fosterville, Kulherford c.ounly. Uallatin, Kuniner county. CI ark s vi 11 e, ' Mon i gomory cou n I y. Springfield, Robertson county. Franklin, WUKainson eouuty. fUJuaibia...

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