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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 20 September 1862

IT MUST BB 4 ' WI4 1 o K & O P ( 1 i id TUCLISIIED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF HUNTERS. OFFICE ON HUNTERS' ALLEY, BETWKEN UNION AND D HADE KICK STIiEETS. VOL L- NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 29, 1802. NO 131) fill .1. li gabito Co'unln girtctorji. CITY GOVERNMENT. ' JolIM Ill'Un SMITH, UayiT. . WII.MAM rUIANK, HreoruVr. 1 ' JoHH CHUMBl.KY,' AfariW. trfnH Tar....-. II. Wllkluaon, A. C. Tuc ker, ud James A. "taela. tier ua Jul"" (tiumliUy,i-op1i-u.rt; ja J. Ryat.Sacoud : and Julin Rcddick, third. Tnm A-evar William KrlTir. ' 1 (ma Collector A. B. Khaukladd. IVtUer Tat CollrclurK. B llatrvU. TVenawrrr R. Henry. , nXtrf Mottrr TIkm Iake. ' jfer.waaVa rl 'lk-J J .tiiuerfaWriii o tf HVar M'..,1 lauie. Wyatl ' ' '! of Iht Virt y&rttnvnt John M- Seabniy. 'Union aflh, Omrlr-T. H Mi B'lde. (UrrM (leerarer J. h. Me wart. dit AHorHrtioha Mcl'hail Smith. CITY COUNCIL. HuilrJ uf AlttrrmmV. M. lllleu, Pr.fi.teul ; I K. ' Newinan,O.A.J.layltld,H U.rVovel.Wiu 8 (beau bT, J C Smith, M. W....

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. — 20 September 1862

for Freedom nd Nationality; CI. fHEIICKU, Editor. SATl'RDAY MORNINO.SKPT. 2 0,181,?. CharWaton l liolraal Price urrrnl Ureal Proaptritr In Month nro. Una. (From Ilia ClnrtiHwii (!. C ) Conner ) It it a matter of delight to behold vir tue and wiidom reaping (heir reward. The excellent pcoj;Jo of South Carolina, .whoae paUiotism and discretion were io xfeimive aa far back as Jackwon'a Ad ministration, are now receiving an ample reward for their noble conduct, aa will he seen by the following citract from the colnmns of a Charleston pajKr. It wan tho fond hope of Mr. Camiops and his friends, that so soon as disunion should take place, Charleston would immediate I J become the New York of the South the groat importing mart and would in deed not only equal, but soon surpaxa the Metropolis or the Empire State. Well, there was a big wWcwje auction there the other day, and here are some of (he prims which Mere obtained. We understand that our rebel wholesale dealers are in ccstaeiea over th...

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. — 20 September 1862

', f utr: 8ATURDAT MORNING, SKPT. 20, lfi2 .": : : . :t. - V. . ; . Wo have . large quantity of oW newsnanern. mutable for wraniiinir nmrr ' which we will dispone of at 40 ei. per hundred. ' - a ---ij ni'-"-f All subscribers in arrears to the AW ville Daii.t Fx ion are reipect fully re quested to pay the L'oute Ajtnl, or call and Mettle at the offic t, or their paper will be discontinued. i i Parilfiilar toiler. Mr. C. D. AVutm-a has assumed the control of onr city subscription list. He will see that the Union is delivered regu larly to city subscribers every morning, lie will alfto make collect ions promptly, at least every two weeks. No money taken but Tennessee, or par funds. flf their be any truth in physiognomy, Jffin Davis's face indicates the villain, the despot and the hypocrite. The sketch of At tor and the Capital ists of New York conveys several niorals( which the young reader will do wisely to search out. The Southern rebellion, in its purposes and its leaders, resembles...

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. — 20 September 1862

t (i w B D A Stostortllc Pinion J. C. MEnf FH, r.dtior. CONFISCATION ACT. Pinuc-No. inn. As act loiupprpBS insimei tion, (o pim j,nh treason nd rebellion, to seize and confiscate the property of rebcla, and fur other purpoBes. ! Be il enacted lj the Senate ami House f I!,jreental.ive of the Unitni Stiites of Amer ira in Congrm aitnMcd, That every person who shall herealter commit the crime or treason against the. United States, and shall bo adjudged guilty thereof, shall suffer death, and all hid alaves, if any, shall be declared and made free; or at the discretion of the court, he shall be imprisoned for not less than five years, and fined not less than ten thousand dol lars; aaid fine shall be levied and collect ed on any or all of the properly, real and personal, excluding slaves, of w hich the said person so convicted was the owner at the time cf committing the said crime, any sale or conveyance to the contrary, notwithstanding. S.c. 2. Aiul U it, further enacted. That if any pe...

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. — 21 September 1862

IT MUST BE j f - PUBLISHED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF ITJNTER3. OFFICE ON miN'TEHS' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION ANT) IH"ATF.niCK STREETS. VOL I. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 21, 1802. NO 110 ....... ........ , v v life e : u.tt ....WeaVe. W-v JaW.rlalBswfwi.l.ii " a CITY GOVERNMENT. J0TTN Ht'Oft FMITII, Af.ieor. Wilt I AH flllANK, atoeritee, JOHN CHl'MMJtY, Af.ir.eul. fri-nfy JtorVi-W. H. Wllaliiaon, A. C Tucker, and Janiea A.ywi le. "' ' i ' fieri. 0 IA Vr.f JotiB iumMeV.er-fiicfc, lift ; Joe I. Bras, secoBd ; aadJohn Roddick, Hord Tt Ar William Driver. HrrrwM Collector A. B. fdieukland. .,'- WUsr Tw tMleWor B.Werrcltv Treoese-rr R llrniy. Hfcw Afinier TtKHnaa I.eae. ' fleer.alewdew V H'wlW J. . P-xlil- Aiiyie,. - e ''" Ve .laear Wjelt fr , . S'i-rM nlm M , HiiiBi')r . ' Bale mt It fWrerjr-?. H. Mi Wrote. ' ' C1 (.w.-Jh MTlill Bmilli. ' CITY COUNCIL. Hoard ill' AMrrmnt M. M. Brim, I'rcsldeat ; J- 1). NewmaB.Q. A. J. May Seld, H O. Scovel, Wm. f CU.-i.U un-w, J. C Pmltb, M 0 U uuboriie...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 21 September 1862

IU4 anna-i ,ror Freedom and Nationality n. c. WEii:. r.ditor. ( f SUNDAY MORNING, PrTT. 21. 181.2. ' We impci t that our rich eeeMioninli I 4.. .i.:i, 41. at II. n nrarliml eariliiea ri.mx of their anhstanco in going on at to lipid a rate, between guerrilla on thn i. nn firnr!nir nartie on (lie !,,ther, that it i auperlluoits to think or I ..: iUa . tiil continent ion law of I -eniurcioK " - - (lhe last-Inderal Congress. And truly idiey have good reason to think an, when theyaee their uay-atacKS named on, iueir corn-crib piunaerea, inrir slaves ami I ,rfi impressed, their cattle, anil hherp ' and hog driven wy ; and nothing left " on their broad farm, save bare lielda and rannacked bains. The rich rebels stand ; between two murderous cross-lire, and gutter from friend nd foe alike. Recol lect that this pillaging I only in it in fancy, and that if the war be protracted Ji'ro"gh another year, famine and abject (lentitulion will fill a largo part of the South with mourning. The more 1 ...

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. — 21 September 1862

711 '.Ul"..'-1.-1; the SUNDAY MORNING k.EVT. 21, 180.'. CaIIS IlliNMNll Hr.TWr.KN' ItoYVLlXU (illfcES AND Loi'ISVII.l.l:. J. l.T. Alif.g will tun three or four con lui through to Bowling (lrfn to-morrow morninfr, con urctinj there with cars for Louisville. All who wish to go through to Louisville, lafe nd com tort ahlr, had better aecure thrir seata early to-dnv. Ofllre at tlio tv-wance Home. Kel. 21-lt . ' I Secoso Prkiibytekiah Cnrr.cn. Nami-vil.I.E.--In acroriUnre with the Six-cial Ofder of Cut, Miu.r.it, appropriating the Second Preghyterian Church a roat Chapel under the direction and control of the loyal tneriihera, all officers and aol dieriof the United Slates, all atrangers who may happen to be In t lie cft.V, a tvj-Jl at the citizens of Nashville, are eor dially invited to attend Divine aervife at said Church. Preaching thia morninjratlO 'i o'clock, A. M., bj PeV.Gr.ANvn.i l Maouv, Colonel Seventy-fourth Ohio Voliuitcera. We have, a large 'quantify, of old newspapers, suit...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 21 September 1862

StolnfiUc Virion. .. r. iwr.Hcrii, r diir. CONFISCATION ACT. IYiu.ie-No. 100 An act lo Buppr-. inxnrrfi I i,,n, 1o pun ish treason and rebellion, lo nr-ize and ronfivtp h projiprijr ff rcM, and for other purpown. ZJt enacted ly the Senate and Ilotine of TtqirtMntalive of Ui Vhited Stntewf Amer ica in ConyreMa.nemlM,'rhntvvrj person who shall horf flrr commit the crime of Irrtfton RKinnt Hie United Ktatex, and bIiU bo adjudged puiltj thereof, shall iiflr death, and all hi, alarei, if any, uliall be declared and made free; or at the discretion of the court, he shall be imprisoned for not lesi than five year, and fined not leai than ten thousand dol lam; laid fine filial I be levied and collect ed on any or all of the property, real and pemonal, excluding slaves, of which the aaid person so convicted waa the owner At the time of committing the said crime, any sale or conveyance to the contrary, not withstanding- Sec. 2. And f it furtlier enwisd, That if any person shall hereafter incit...

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. — 23 September 1862

""Hi 5 IT MUST fts 1 riT.LTSIIED BY AS ASSOCIATION OF rRTNTER3. -OFFICE ON' YHYSTT. US' ATJ.F.T, r.F.TWEF.N 15 ION AND PF.ADF.rjOK PTRF.ETf. voli; NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1862. NO Ml WjW'gffiigm i m ii mw m i tVitfV il'TiviX i i ny la I,! M a , . i ir i - j ' a I I I I - i . J 111 I 's I 4 I t? ipwmw Oil I, gabion (JTountn imtors. CITY OOVERNMENT. jorrs m an Fwrrn, .v.nr. WIMJAM tUlAKK, Recorder. JOHH CM.'MB!.TY, Afnnloit. r jyrwy Jfrate w. n, wiikinee. a. c, -sto-ver, , M4 James A. 8tel. ' i. i . i flerie etA .VarlmT-Jnrin Cbnmbly,eT-tJI-in, 8rt; Jo U Ryao,8cod ; and Jobs Reddick, Ihlnl. 31 Aivmer WlUlara Driver. mm Collector A. B. Khiink'and. Wout r.K CWJeotee F. H. dnrreit. TrtomrtrK. Pienry. ICW AWr Thosu I-ke. SupertaWcnt (A H'otJAmu J. Q. todd. 5ijerrnfdVnt n tt Rnr H'or .lntncWyaU Chi-f Of Firt XejarOwn John M- Seah'iry. Bfrlcn eik Crntrfery T. 11. McP.r.rie. ' Clip Allonx-y John MePhall Pmlth. CITY COUNCIL, ftxri! of AMermen M. II. Brlnn , Preeidool ; .1...

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. — 23 September 1862

t For Freedom and Nationality; S. C. MEItCF.H. Kdltor. TUKSDAT MORNINO, RF.PT. 23, l-2. Power of Concerted Action. Trn bad men will often lmM a commu nity uf an hundred, in (error. Tliere runs to bo much stronger cohesive power liftwron tho wl ked than Lift ween t hp good, and lioiiro we rontinuall j mf tli At a minority of racals ran hold in sulijpetion a mm Ii larpr-r number w lio tire tlicir superior both in mind and tuorlii. Tli predent rebellion Is per lian fi: mottt startling illuntralioii of the above truth that liagpvcr ben exhib it ol. Elnvt-n State whieh li nJ enjoyed an astonishing degree of proxperily Ho far an the dale of the Southern Maple, was concerned, and ivliicli bad snlfrred no oppression whatevir from a govern ment, whose laws they had dictated, were T ., 1 jXitiJ! tuUi a revolution "--to nee the very aigniflcant words of a priiiw moveroHhe rebellion, by a most iunijrni fn-ant minority of demagogues, who bad again and again been rejected at the bai bit box by th...

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. — 23 September 1862

Olivine (ttioiu TUESDAY MOr.N'ING, RHPT. 2n. I MI. The Confiication Act. TLi ct goos inlo ,cirt'ot to-Ay the 23d of SrptcmWr nd the "proper! r.j ilte, monoyi, "lock, and crediti" of nil perioni wlio line been engaged in j rrned rebellion against Ui? Lriileil .Staled, or who lt.vp 'aided, countenanc ed" or fchrlttd mrh rebellion, arc liable to be tM;.zl by Ihe Government. "All i sal.-s, iransf.-ra or conveyances" of such property by the JtuiUy party gball Imj held null and Toid. TliU law, alliiouuli levere,li lan'ctioncd by the cuatom of all cmlit-d nation! toward rrbcla. It will not only pun'mh ho guilty but relieve the loyol to a very great extent of the bnrdwii and taxation of the Wit. Correction. In nnr Issue of Sunday, we aisled that the little Tillage on the Franklin mad, near which one of our foraging trains woe captured the other day, waa a aeceonion Battlement. It appears that we were en tirely misinformed on thin very important point, the people of the town being loyal law-...

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. — 23 September 1862

B5E2SEEESK Bm.iau-,aaWB SWM CONFISCATION ACT. Pcclic No. ICO. As act to upprrM insurrection, lo pun ish treason and rebellion, to scire and confiscate the properly of rebels, and f jr other purposes. Be il enacted bj the 8t:nalc and of Jtrpnurntaiiva of the United Btatet of Amer ica in UonqrttsatftjrlM, That every rxTon who shall hereafter commit the crime f.f treason nn-ainur, im 'nttA Hlntrn anil shall bo adjudged guilty thireof, shall suiier ncntii, ana all slaves, r nny, shall bo declared aod made free; or at the discretion of the, court, he shall be imprisoned f.r not less than Cvo years. and lined not less than ten thousand d:- i lars; Haiti line shall be levied and collect ed on any or all of the property, real and personal, excluding slaves, of which the said person so convicted was the owner at the time of committing the said crime, any salo or conveyance to the contrary, notwithstanding. Sec. 2. And l it further ennr'cd, That if any prson shall hereafter incite, set on foo...

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. — 24 September 1862

mmmmvmaaimm'aam , IT MUST ijj g 7-'- o a rur.LianED r,Y ax APsoaATiox of rr.iNTr.ns. office on hunters' alley, between union and deapeiuck stkeets. VOL I. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1882. NO M2 SflBSaWSrWiS L Ims"iV"mi ' ' V IflQItaltll e ' '.J I H I 17 It H hi 1 11 ui m 51 IM -V i.-r a in 1 y i 1 u ri 1 1 va 11 . 1 1 1 1 m 1 1 iAW II ivy ;y )y 'y r Mm CCountn ct)irrttorn. CITY GOVERNMENT. JOHN HUGH SMITH, .V.ijf.r. Wil l UM HUNK, U'ctwA'r. JOHN CIU 311IU:y", .V.iriW. ' l)itl tUnhnU-W. H. WIIVlDM.ii, A. C. Turl.iT, anil .laran A Vtm-la. llerUaflh V.irlefJolin rbnmlilrjr ,v-offh nrl ; Jin I . Hya,eennrl ; awl .lob" RriUrlt, thiol 7',i. Antfiw-William briver. tnniw Cv'.Vriv A. K. Phanklaml. H'.Krr T.w VMerlorZ. P. "Tlam-ll Ti.Mrr B. Ilrnre. II Vir itiultr Tliooaa L.-3kr. rtofriuifriKirMl n Ihe Wiw-J. (J. Hnlil. HuprriiilnJntt tf the H'.i7rr M arl .Uairi Wj lt Cli. V 'i.arOeni-John M S.-ahorjr el.i n f Ihe .MrtrryT. II. Mi P.ri.1. turret Orerwr 1. i. MrWart. C.Vy AH...

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 September 1862

g)tai$fcviUe Linton. for Freedom and Nationality. ft. '. rTlKIH F.H, Editor. WEDNESDAY M lUNINO f-rTT. 24, 18fi2. Loyal Men be Patient. It is hard lesson for ns all to Iran, but still we mn.if If am to he patient. Disappointments constitute the hard ening process which fits and prepares us for gigantic achievements. And then floil himself is patient, and we can aiire 1y well afford to imitate, in an humble manner, the sublime attributes of Deity. If we will only remain steadfast to truth and principle, and refuse to compromise one jot of the great maxims of wisdom which underlie our government maxims of philanthropy, of humanity, of enlight enment, there will yet be reserved Tor ns a glorious deatiny, whoxe fulfillment will extend like a path of heavenly light through centuries to come. And if tli'm be no, ran we not afford to be patient ; to endure disappointments : to sutler ! feats, knowing that all will yet end well? AVhat is one year, two years, five years of darkness in the ce...

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 September 1862

j WrDSKSDAY MORNING, SEPT. 24. If-1:3. From Huntmlle. Thirl j-two Fedfral noldifrs who wcr left in (ha hospital at llimlsville l.rn our troopt eradiated that jilc, arrived here on Friday, haWng loft llunlsville on the 18th init. They dale that they wore treated wilh ninth kindness, ami wert Well fed, ahundant mpplieg having heen left for th m hy our rommiinary. There were no nhel fiim-sin llunlsville, arc a Tew itrapffl'" cavalry, nor did they hear id any army advanrinR. A ritizeR of that place Kent t?r,0 to Tunra to buy a tack of salt hut could not geliE At a settlement across tlio river from f jntvil!e salt waa sold In pound paper at me doUnr per pound. Common domestic, sell at fifty and seventy-five cent per yard, liacon in selling at twenty-fire ceiils per punL Colonel Moony of the 71th Ohio Vol unteers, and at the present commanding the convalescent camp at this place, ha heen recently before a Hoard of I! lami nation, which was summoned to impure into hi qualification and capa...

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 September 1862

5. s. c. mmcm, rdiier. CONFISCATION ACT. ITi-nut No. ir,(. As ait lo nlnfl insurrection, to pun -irth tronson and rtbr-llion, to si'ize and confiscate the property of rdioln, nnd for other purposes. He il enabled l'j the filiate and Jlonne of Tl iirctenialives of the. I'mtnl Statu rf Amer ica in Congress ai'emJM, That every pernon ftliG.hi'.l Jiereafter commit the crime of treason against tho United SStalr-n, and nhall bo adjudged guilty thereof, ahall iift'er death, and oil his alavep, if any, ahall bo declared and inado free; or at tho discretion of th court, lt ahall be imprisoned for not less than live years, and lined not less than ten thousand dol lars; said fine ahall be levied and collect -ed on any or all of tho property, real and personal, excluding slaves, of which Dm said person so convicted was the owner at tho time of committing theaaid crime, any sale or conveyance to (lie contrary, notwithstanding. Sec. 2. And it further eiiiutcl, Thai if any person shall hereafter i...

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 September 1862

TEH Ik "v NUTS PI ft WI U y IT I ill (1 9 PUBLISHED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF ITJNTr.RS. OFTICE ON Pm'Trr,.''. ALLEY, r.ETWr.l'.N I'NION AND DIlADEllICK STHEET: VOL I. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 25, 1802. () MS JJaMbson (fountn $irtctorn. CITY GOVERNMENT, JOHN HCHII FMITH, Manor.. ttlll.ltn KII1NF., JSpeorrlar. JOHM eTU'MIil.liY, AfareW, l"or.W.-W II. WHUWW. A, r TeeUr, kin) ,Iiim A. SIbp. Clarl. n'A .WVirt-at-.tc.hn Ctai.mblr-r.ecr-oflW", tins : Jim U r.jn,IWnBl ; ami Jhn EMdiPk, lh'r. Tavf. 4ir Williom Driver llnrw tWIaenr A. tl.Shankhnd Rnlar Tax CUeWar B- tlam-ll JVwKriir R. Ilenrj. HTwi .hi.frTbniiU bcakr. fVi.yiariaaarfeaf o lAaVorJAraiaa J, Q. Tmld. Hrni,.lfn,lrt .&' WiUrr HW. Jam' W Ml ( ly c l 'Ira ;ltfiif John M Srabe.ry. e.er,. piA I V.-! T. H Mellrlde. rAa O'frvr I. L. etaa'art. '. A'lfrn'ti J--dn SI- 1'l.ail Pmith. CITY COUNCIL. l.nr,f tf tf.iarman Jl. M. Brlen, I'raaiil.'hi . I V. NV mini, 0. A.J. MnyncM, H !. S. ol, Win. I Cb. '.I. tia-i, .1. : fbnllb, M....

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 September 1862

SflaohviUc luioiu ror Freedom aai Nationality. n. C. IHKHtFK, i:iior. THCItSDAY MOaNIXO. SKIT. 12- The Aristocrccy of Mr. Sthcphem' Confederacy Compared with that of Europe. We laid yesterday that tin; ristoera y which would be rsUblishrd in a Confed eracy based on shvrry at ils "chier corner-stone," would be the worst, tlie niott illiberal and despotic in the world. This proposition may appear iat!i r bold, and yet we conceive that 'it can easily be proved. We say then (hat an sristocrat- io governing class is liberal and gentle just in the proportion that il approaches the class which it Rovtrns. If in an ar istocratic government there be an e.T-y gradation, a sort of gentle inclined plane from the masse governsd to the class which governs, there will be a sympathy existing between the two, a good feeling, a mutual respect and regard not lobe found under a government where the masses, which constitute the bulU .H all ((.mil iles, the luborintehisses, who have ever been and niUMl e...

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 September 1862

"A" SEW" 1" THl'RSOAY MOUNINK, HF.PT. -'.'.. I LATE NEWS. Liter from Maryland. Ire Ret renting Over the Potomac Thi.in ii b.Hie wMm.i spec i A l not i cf.s. ! y.nnh-lotc ,rist menroa rinr Oetly.biir. Jackson join ' ,"" f. v pv4VI ffl Lee forrr tt Antirlam Irrrk. wliile our forv were rrinforrrd It "0.1 to3 from WsshinRton. Jsik'Hin's reinforcement' Tha (heat Battle. The news iil..liiilil in our extra yen lerdsy, und in our regular lemie of ll.i morning, will make ecry patriotic heart Usp wilh joy nnd exultation. Otir pin rioiis Union army in the Kast list won by far lh grantletl victory of lh war, and all loyal hearts will IjIcih the Hivir of all Uood for Hip Kurc(9J which liat atleiided our arm. TIir rebellion has received a Mnggi-ring blow, anil its scat tered and (liimayed cohorts are flying )iiic!stiicken from (lie victorious ban ner of Mt'Cf.P.l.tiAS'. It is a yre.il, a brilliant, a complete victory ovrr llio best troops and best generals that the rebel dynasty lis ever sent to ...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 25 September 1862

J t J, I I . r. m merit, r.anor. CONFISCATION ACT. (ri-M.ic No. w. As At r lo RiiipreM inaurrc'liiiii, tt pnii -I ill treason and rrlxllimi, to h'?p twl ronfisrato Ihe jiroprty ( rr-l.cla, and for other purprmon. Ed it tnait' ly th F nnti nnl ll'vnf JtfrefnMiva rf the I'nitrd Rtf(i rf Ame- . len in CVnMfl"rW.W, That every person 1)0 (ball hereafter eunimit the crimp nf treaon again! tlio I'nitrd .Sluti', and fdiall be. adjud'd puilly (hereof, "hall tiiller death, And nil hit alaveg, if any, nhall ho .lerlarerl and made free; or at the discretion of th. court, lie nhntl ho imprinoned fur not leu than live year, and fined not lens than ton thousand dol lars; paid line filiall lie levied and colhct ed on any or all of the property, real and personal, excluding slaves, of which the said peraon so convicted was the owiirr at the time or commit I in; the said crime, any aalo or convvnne.- in the contrary, notwithstanding. See. 2. AM li- it furlVr rimrl,'(J, That if any person ahall hereaf...

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