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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 12 November 1862

inwi YJL I. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 12, 1802: NO 181 .1 CITY GOVERNMENT. jam nvon pmjto, i . ; WILLIAM PHASE, Boorff. ' johs cnCMBMCT, if.ir.;r. ; f-j filirnknltvr. II. Wilkinson, A. C, Tucker innnci A. Plof lO. . m of U.4 Mark John Chumbley ,wf!, flmt; jcRyao, loed ; aad John Rid lick, third. itwor William Driver. p. - CoUwyof-A. 15. HlieaUand. ' !T CoUeclvrF-- R Garrett , - irr R. Henry, h ! , ; .!.'..' 1-7 MatOr-THOmU Leake. .) -.'ill . M X TirUtsrW oa B''r. Hrrii James Wyatt. t (. JV Prparrmew John M, 8oabury.r , . m of lU CtottngT- IL McBrlde, , , , ( , '' it Orr"r J-L. Stewart, , .'( . . j. Aitnrn'u Oohn McfUII Smith! , ,'. ' J ;.. , ;iciTYi counciu ,cui., 3 hi MwmflH-. 'tf. Brieo,' PrcsidW ; j. K. I n . a. A. J. Mar Hold. HO. Bcovet, Wm, S. Cheat. J J..C Smith, II. Q. L. Claluotn4, tod Jab. Robb. I imo C-wacd-W,1 Jon, President William' Is, T. J. Tarbrough, Writ. Driver, Win. Stewart, &ingh, W. Mntlinil, linH To mar, O. M. Sooth- A. J. (Me, Jit. Pnvl; As...

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. — 12 November 1862

ptolirillc "Union. For -Prcedrai; ani :. nationality. i ti. . MEKCEU, Editor. WEDSESl'AX MORNING, NOV, 12, 1M1 rah at. has' the. Eefcellicrr done for . t ; Tennessee?. ," It traded, bartered, Aiul sold the Stale by a secret treaty, made by three unauthor ized, and irresponsible, professional po liticians, to tho Cotton Confederacy.' It plunged the State, nt the first etc into a debt of nvs millions of dollars It surrendered the State to the militar Dosscesion (if Jkfjt. Davis and his Gen erals. . - - It robbed the State Treasury of the entire Common School Fund, being two MILLIOKS OF DOLLARS.' " '' It swept away the commerce of Nash ville, of Memphis, and tber cities an towns. ;i ,',. ,i c: i ..; -;: .t - ... ;.. . It flooded the State -with millions of irredeemable5 Confederate money, whose circulation w as enforced at the point of the bayonets (( (,;,m r;.1 '..': I It destroyed hundreds of; thousands o dollars of railroad property, and burned large numbers of railroad bridges, whi...

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. — 12 November 1862

v. grille: tttiou. T i: Jt M S: I aim Vii'Hi IT m.rinni.. ". .... i Tni-WrrKt r t'cmi, ir annum. Wrmi I komm'" autium..... ...t (Hi ... M .. ,j5 cr ...J2 Mr WEDNESDAY MOKS.Nr,, NOV. 12, 18C2. Highly Important Hews! A packago of CLicaao, Ciriciutuli, and Louisville pajw-r, cp to the 6th and 10th inafanta, was left at our ofllce last night at eo late an hour as to prevent tig from copying more than a few items from them' We shall Uue' an extra this fore noon, with a larg amount of highly in teresting matter. . - m ' ' ' V Theatbr.- The bill selected for the opening night is the "Misers' Daughter," and "Kim' in' the Park,". He. pemeu will fug, nd JI8(er Kiciurd Vill dance. It is the intention of the Mana ger to introduce a vority f novelties du ring the present season. V '"" A Warning. We are informed that some shopkeep ers in the city are iiaolng' tudivtdoal hinplasters. This is in flagrant viola tion of the law of Congress, and the of fenders are liable to a heavy fine.'' The Federal...

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. — 12 November 1862

Nashville hnM. For Freedom and Nationality. n. V. Mfuci;h, editor. .Important Regulations inRflation to Army Train and Baggage. Wa Department Am;'t Gkn'l Office) Wahiiingtom, Oct. IS, 18G2. J (ifhtral Orders, Ko. 1G0. Tbc following rrgulationit are estaWinh d for army train n'l bng?ntc : - 1. There will be allowrd ' Tor headquarters' train of an Army ('ori, four wacona; of a Division or Brigade, three; of lull Infantry Itegi incnt, sit; and of Light Artillery Bat tery or Squadron of Cavalry, thee. In no case will this allowance be ex ceeded, bnt always propnrtionablf re duced according to the ottkers and. men actually present. All surplus wagons will be turned over to the Chief Quarter master to be organized, under direction of the Commanding General, into supply train, or sent to the nearest depot. The requisite supply trains, their size depending upon the state of the roads and character of the .-campaign, Mill be organized by the Chief Quartermaster, with the approval of the Comm...

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. — 13 November 1862

Ml. ! VOL I. NO 185 ' city, ob veRN Went, .... ; ' ' ' Vim AM E-IASB, liw. ; -: 1 j.tHH CUCM8t-ET, IforiA. 7'irli'w". U. Wilkin ,b, A. C. Tucker, ' mill Jam A. Ho !e. ... ; . r' -' r f (7ii tJlUt .iuiM JjliaC'uurnbh y,-0U'io,nril', J'H. I,. Iljan.r cond ; aid John Kedditk, third. , ! , ! 'AK" r-'.ViiUm IV. vi r. . ' ,', . , . ; r-ov r.,'-'..r'A. B.'f-lnfiklno't. 'f '. ;-f j Wall Tn C'Jl'i.torK. B. Warrott ' ' . , " ' rwi"-R. Henry. ' ' ,, ! IfW Jsfii TVnrM l,eu;iy; J i g.liirnHeaf f4 A $Irm-iri"Sr J. Q. fX'dd. ' ' V 1 Aui-nuia'W A ra(r rVui t-ijarac Wyitti.' , I'j.o-h"Woh M". Bcnbury. .; ' ! mam uf V T. U..MrUv, ;- , l4 fwnfrJ.L.t'Url.j ,.!.,,.' V AUi'TM Jubtt M'-.I'lmU fuiiih ?-, . h . ; j . , 'i ' CITY, COUNCIL. 1 " ' ' ' ' li,nnl eV ill-WmiM.'M. Uri-n, rrrl,enl ; J. E. em,i..,O.A.J.lJ'fl':lrt,n i.,'"vil,Wm. Cheat- ..,nh V il t. C1i!nra". "4 Jin 9nhh, 1 ... i t varhnmvii.Wm. XlrlTOf. Wm. ftowart , f...iil(!n('h,W. MiilliDS.JairtS Turner, 0. it. Hnulh 't, A. J. C'j!, Ivin, AOilrrw ...

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. — 13 November 1862

gJtashviUc hhmii. for Freedom aai .Nationality SJ. .nEHC El. KdUor. THURSDAY MORNING, NOV, 13 1SC2 ' .' A king, when asked bj.hU son, what persons he should punish, of a number who bid been encaged in an tnsurrec tion, made no reply, but taking the mes- " BenKer who bad brought the message, in lo a garden, beat down, with bil staff, 1b tallest poppies. Thi story conveys a lessen which sheuld bo heeded by our Generals who have just re-enlered this Elate with a splendid army, and indi- . rates elcarlv the proper policy to be pursued by them in suppressing the re bellion. Strike doion the tall pippiei t The tallest poppy is the rebel army. The first doty our generals have to exe- mtfi ia to whin the armed soldiers of 4reason. Blood-letting is the first rcme dy to be administered to the raging fe- ycr ot rebellion. cithef laws, nor proclamations, nor military orders, nor powerfal newspaper articles, nor even immense levies of troops, and vast fleets will cure the disease which afflicts ...

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. — 13 November 1862

w aaVBy J '1 Ij IV 1l ' " ' T RUMS r : DiLT l'mc, per annum f 8 00 ' ...,, week ........ 20 Tl-M'rtHLT TTtnott, p;f annum...,. ....-fn 00 WgEBLr Union, per annum $2 00 THURSDAY MORNING, KOV. 13, 1P62. I Da 1 1 j Connection with .the Loa! Tlllo Itallroad. KAKK, 8 0.OO. Tf.aley & Swan are again In the field with their large Passenger Wagons for Mitchellsville and Franklin, Ky. , Everybody winhing; to go should ap ply early every day fo secure seats for neit day. Qy Passengers called for at their residences at 8 o'clock, A.M. TEALEY & SWAN, Novl3-tf No. 5 College street. Mails. I The mails have at last renewed their visits, several vragons loads arriving Tuesday evening. Yesterday evening the delivery of letters commenced. The public will remember that the accumula tion of mail matter is so large that its distribution is necessarily delayed. We may expect daily mails hereafter. We are under many and lasting obli gations to iIr,Hr.NRT Lester, of the .rlst Illinois Volunteers, fo...

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. — 13 November 1862

- - - Fcr Freedom and Nationality. . . iii:nt i:it, r.dimr. ' Important Regulations in Relation to Army Trains and Baggage. War Di.rAuTMENT Alu'tC1en'i,8 OvricrJ "Washington-, Oc.,18, JbCi , (knrrul OrJhri, b'o. 100. The following rf gulations nre csf ablish rd for army trains rM Lagie : 1. Thorc w ill ln allowed- l'cr licjuhjitrtrtrrs' Irain of an Army Cr,9, four wiipons; of a Division or r.ri?il threat ; ' of a fnll Infanlrj Kogi jiicii, .; snd of a Liplit Artillery Uat Icry or S'l'tadron of Cavalry, fw. In in) cao Avi 11 (his allowance be cx (((flul, but always jironortiouably ro iic(l recording lo tin' oilict i s and iiitn nf.tn.iHy piim-nt. All nurp'us wagons v i 1 1 litt'tunu'd over to t!ic CLief Ouattrr i'iatt r to be orcaniz'd, stsder direction of the Coiiitiiandiiv irni M.U, into supply train-', w M'til to the nexi'tst depot. The if '(iiieite supply 1raim their nizo 'tleficiidwie: upon the f.'ate of the road.s and chaiai ti r of the cainnain, M ill be oi-anicd by the Cliiif...

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. — 14 November 1862

1 in - T . If UA.UA I 1 , i :(. 1 ,! ' '..; ft VOL I. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 141802. NO 180 DAILY UNION. ; . ... CITY. GOVERNMENT 'JOntf'bCOfl SMITH, JrTaror. WatlAJl miAVE, Becorder. ' jons qiCMBLEr, Jsviaai. .) Vnl MekM-Vt. H. Wilkinson, A. C. Tucker, end Jasiea A. tede. . , - CU of the Jfari.it John Chuml)Uy,as-o0Wo, first; Jut. U Kyao, second ; and John Roddick, third. t t J'a itMMM William Driver., ' .... . Reeenm Collector A. B.'Phaiikland. U'afcr T CWfaetor E. B. Garrett JVawwer R. Henry. Wharf Mutter Th m as lake. JfeverMewinic o iw IfwUmw-J. Q. Dodd.' SujMTinflKfcn o l Wo'- Worts Jsmes Wyatt. Chief of th riri Cyarttwnt John M. Seabury. ' tkxton of (Its Cemetery T. H. McBrids. . City Attorney Job McDiall Smith. . , CITY COUNCIL.; ' Hoard of AldarmmA. M. Brlon, President ; J. K. Newman, 0. A. J. May llold, H.O. Scovel, Wm. 8. Cheat b', J. C. Smith, II. 0. L. Claiborne, and Jaa. Robb. Uwame Council W. P. Jones, Fresldsst Wllllaai Roberts, T. J. Yarbrough, Wtn. ...

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. — 14 November 1862

ITaslii'iUc Pinion. for Freedom and Nationality ff.!."jnr.aci:ii, Editor. r"r tfBIDAY HORNING. NOT.' 14 lfiCf Interview witlvthe President of the ' . Virginia Secession Convention. ! f ' Our resders will find In to-dsy's paper, ail interest i riff letter from ' a corresponds tit 0 the Kcw York Timet, giving An ac "count of an interview with Jon Jannkit, i Esq., Vho presided oyer the State Con- voniinn vhirii voton v irrinia out oi tne ! Union. .There are several points in Ihe remarks attributed lo this gentleman 1o which we( desiro to call attention. . ; IIo afllrms that the sentiments of three fourths of that Convention were opposed to disunion, and they voted for it at last, under the excitement produced by the stliaCK I'll run nuiuirr, wuhii v an iiio "ct of the South Carolina rebels, insti gated by Hhktt, Yancey, LeaukkijABD nd J tt f. Davjs. lie even admits that there is reason to believe the altark was " "purpopely timed to affect the delibera tions" of the Virginia Convention...

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. — 14 November 1862

r.,1 1 - ' - saiashvllle Stnieit; , ... T T K It 31 s : , . . ni.tn.YL'ittrit, peraonum 100 ,( week...., 20 MHBf -Weekly Tw,tit annum.",,.. ...'. .I5 oo ,1 V'imt t'mos, per annum. .1i 1H UN. - FRIDAY p- MORNING. NOV. 14, 1802. S uiy of Union Citizens and TJnion 1,0 Befttgees. A meeting of the Union citizens and t he, Union rciugeei now in tbis city, will S; held at Representatives Hall, in the ite Capitol, This '(Friday) Evening T-e 0.i o'clock. iAddreisea will be delivered by Generals 17,BKcnASR, McCook, Neclf.y, Gov. An- lf,!istnv TInn. .TnRliAV StOIKH. Q,i wv jw.'I " 1 nihjor Smith, and other distinguished riitlemen. f"nHvery Union man and every Union tigee are invited to attend, at . ' .By order, . ' n WM. II. "WISENER, di ....... Chairman l'relirainary Meeting. Reported Fight near Lebanon. gentleman from Gallatin informs us t news was Irought there by a cou- T . . . . a . . n v Af n nan a v rY an nnvivpnipni far Lebanon, on Tuesday evening, be- een Kbnnett's and Woolford'b Cav-...

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. — 14 November 1862

For Freedom and Nationality. m. v. Piy.Hvr.n, F.diir. Important Regulation inEelation to Army Trains and Baggage. War DkpaiitmentAdu'tGen'ls Office Wahhihotoj?, Oct. 18, 18C2. , (knrral Orders, Xo. ICO. The following regulations rectblish cd for army trains nd baggage : 1. There will bo allowed Tor headquarters' train of an Army Corps, fiur wagons; of a Division or l'rigade, three; of a full Infantry lirRi Wnt, six; and of a Light Artillery Mat tery or Squadron of Cavalry, three.' In no caHo will this allowance be ex ceeded, but always proportionably re duced according to tho officers and men actually present. All surplus wagons w ill he turned over to tho Chief Quarter master to be organized, under direction of the Commanding Generals, into supply trains, or sent to the nearest depot. The requisite supply trains, their size depending upon the state of the roads and character of the campaign, will be organized by the Chief Quartermaster, with the approval of the Commanding tteneials...

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. — 15 November 1862

V. 1 1 irnT t u Villi I NASIIVILLE, TENNESSEE, SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 15, 1862. NO 187 MASH" n al 1 UN! r aptp igcr j 'bo i IbPi Ha into i ) Itn OITY GOVERNMENT. ! WILLIAM 8IIAVK, HkohUt. v j JOIISt CHUMBLET, Jar.W. . ' , j Iv,, Afanfcab W. H. Wllkliton, A. C Tueker, oi James A. Steele, t c;rt ifirt.-sJoliaiumblef,-(fIert,ttnrt; jo. L. Bjhh, cond ; anil John Roddick, third. Tat jttxwwr William Driver. l:vrnH4 Collector k. B.Kluuiklaad. W'aier T'H Collector F. B. Garrutt TrwunrCT R. Henry, i i . Blw Miter Thomas Leake. ' Superintendent of tin Workhnutl. Q. Dodd.' SurintmHnU of A Water WorU James Wyatt. CAfef" e ffcs JVs Department John M. Beabury. of tk Omekey T. 11. MtRride. j NrtJt Onerteer3.1,. Ptewart. ( I'ip Attorney McPhall Smith. CITY COUNCIL. Hoard of A lAermen . M. Brleu, President ; J. K. ewman,Q. A. J. Vayfleld, H O. Bcovel, Wm. 8 CbeaU an, J. C Smith, M. 0. L. Claiborne, aud Jas. Kobb. thmmon Council W. P. Junes, President J William tcrts, T. J. Yarbrough, Wm. Iirlver, Wm. Bt...

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. — 15 November 1862

For Freedom and Nationality n. r. inEncEii; r.aitor. SAtU MORNING. NOV. 15, 18C2. p, 5 TinAntiAH . .. '' The''corteiponlrn of iWNe Yot " dulies, 'whose paj depends cnUretj., i .itlie amoonVof interesting UW8! Uiey rf able to furnish In their letter fcnd disj v pitches, invarlabfj start' a' fetiValion rt port about foreign intervention, wlienevej thsre in a dearth'of 'news on other topics About once or twice a month a Muhchau ' eniem of iLls stripe ii dispatched to tha 'Herald, Time, or some other daily, which " the veracious correspondent lias obtained from the Fcretary of State, or the Tres-i '.dent. The trick has ) become stale, and .aow prodnccs hardly a ripple, of txciU-i mcni on the public mind. ' It is too well understood to produce any other effect.. But we feel assured that even should nny fereign nation be weak and wicked enough toinlcrfere in our civil war, it will prore An injury of comparatively small magni tude, and of brief duration. The follow ing paragraph from tho J...

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. — 15 November 1862

'sir 1 tar I UNI OPT 4 ' . 1 . .20 1 'ho " L bit Si mill. 1 do "1 nd n I .1. o :io. lt, 1 un an In A tukms. ; Dls.Tl'xinft, per annum . ' M pO I wek 20 1 Tri-Wshki.t. I'moa.per tinum..f,.......f' uo WfULTf TJ.ilOK, l:r uo&iim.,.;. 00 ; SATURDAY WORKING, NOV, 13, 1862. l'urnltare aud firocerjr Auction Kale, thl Plornlng, at 10 o'clock. Extensive assortment of Fursiti-re, Groceries, Sack Halt, Cigars, Candles, Soap,"&c. ' ' " ' ' " ' ' " B. P. SHIELDS k CO., ' Opposite Sewimee House. Saturday, Nov. 15, 1802. Captain T. C. Meyer", Gldi 0. V, will oblige ua by calling at the Counting Room of the Union Office. PUBLISHERS. Louisvilla and Nashville .Railroad A friend informs ns that this road will ' be opened very probably some time next week. We most heartily wish that it may prove. to be so. It would be an al most inestimabla benefit to our city. A Bloody Night. ; Five men wire murdered in this city on Thursday night. It seems to have been a carnival of blood. One of the victims ...

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. — 15 November 1862

5 MM" .iwnii' an (nwi i rrti-1 3 t If J.-i. Nashville 3ilai0n. For Freedom and Nationality. s. v. nr.nvi:n, i:ditor. Important Regulations inRelation to Army Trains and Baggage. War Department Aiu'TOEN'i,iOKFicE ' Wahiujiotok, Oct. 18, 1802. J (Jrneral Orders, Ao. 1GO. The following rf gu!tionn are establish d for army trains swl baggage : 1. There will be allowed Fur headquarters' train of an Army Corps, four wagons; of ft Division or Brigade, three; of ft full Infantry l.cgi mcnt, six.; and of ft Light Artillery Bat tery or Mquadron of Cavalry, Uiree. In no case will this allowance be ex ceeded, but always proportionally re duced according to tlio olficera and men actually present. All surplus wagons will be turned over to the Chief Quarter master to be organized, under direction of the Commanding Generals, into supply trains, or sent to the nearest depot. The requisite supply trains, their size depending upoo the state of the roads stid character of the campaign, will be organize...

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. — 16 November 1862

BAI ti f ! ) T I. n vol i. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 16, 1862. NO 188 m NASI T71 hi UNION. rT . t OITY GOVERNMENT. JOHM nCOH SMITH, Xlttyof. , ( ) f ' 1 WIIXUH BHA JUeorcfcr. JOHJt Clll'HBLET, Jfortaat. - - - r n Kej,n JfrtI-W. It. Wilkinson, A. C. Tucker, ind James A. itaete. ; ,-"' Clerla otae Uerkr John CboBbler,e-eee, first; Jos. I. By aa, second ; and John Beddtck, third. . Tot ilwemr Willtam Driver. .. . Rnmue CelleeUrk. B. Miankland. Water Tom Celfeclor K. B. Garrett TrutMtrtrm. Henry. , , , , V?Hf Mmeter ThomM Leake. ' ' t (tuferitUmdrnl ti Werlihente J. Q. Dodd. SuperintfnieM WW Her Ire James Wyatt. tW o rir Irfwml-Joh M. Beabury. . HaUm tf lU Owfr T. H. MeBrtde. ftreet OifW-i. L. tlwart. 1 Attorney John McPhall Bmlth. CITY COUNCIL. Hoard of AUermrtM . M. Brlob, President ; 1. K. (Newman, G. A. J. Mayfleld, H.O. Soevel, Wm. 8. Cheat. jam, J. C. emtio, K. W. Mainome, ui .. i.vu. ihrnmow Cewscil W.P. Jones, President; William rKoberts, T. J. Tarbrnugh, Win. Drive...

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. — 16 November 1862

For Freedom and Nationality m. V. flKUCKK, Editor. SUNDAY MORNING, NOV. 10, lWi We iw yesterday, for the firflk lime, Louisville Jmirval of the 12lh lnst., con 1iniog a communication from this place, one column long, headed, "roily Accusa tiona BRaina tho Commander of UiU Poet." The correspondent begin" ' by Uting that "under Gen. Nkgi.et's direc lion or iuprvi8ion, tbe extensive field work, rille-pits, breasl-worku, barri cadefl. etc.. forminz a chain of defence many mile () in extent, have been con atructed. In 0d "UHmt he If is teen aided by Um Scientific knowledze of the Chief Engineer of Gen. Bunaa Rlalf, Captain Morton, and his assistants." The cor respondent is singularly ignorant in re gard to the facts of tho case, or very unhappy in his use of language, which conveys the idea that General Nrounr is the author of oiir fortifications. Months go, Governor Johksom urged on (Jen Ik-n.L tbe necessity of tho importance of fortifying this place. Capt. Mortox, young engineer of dec...

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. — 16 November 1862

T 12 RMS: HIT I'Nion, fr annum.. ., " wwk (i-Wiiin t!ti, jf innnai..., i (till I'xioN, pr untie hi MWWIUIIIIHII HL.I.HMim -.'.:..u w ' 1!0 f.1 Ml : 2 W JUNDAY MOKNINO, NOV. 18, M2. aptin T. CvMrykb, C-HU 0. V, will igc un by calling at the Counting I loom ho Union Office. , r v Lore ia Letter ftt tint Oflic for 11. Sani-krh (Koldicr.) Apply at the nting Koom. To Our.Subscribers. J,e Unci aiwr a lew months experience v impossible to collect the imall r . . l uuo u ior ine uauy in me cur. 1 no ruguiamy tlut auould attend department, without more time and . . . . ntion than we can well afford to be- jv upon it. In tho future we will be Vned by tho canh in advanct princi- and by that "vigorous policy" hope ader profitable, that which up to the at titno has been a burden. From J date no paper will bo delivered this odlce unless paid r in aduana: nthe time paid for expires, the paper be discontinued, unless renewed in U prevent it. Our Apent cannot Ird to call on any one three or four in'...

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. — 16 November 1862

nol rccfircd tlx) Fonlh Carolina Commit ni'jt.train t Ijoir fllcial cpacUr,but mere ly as private gcnllemfn, yet it might l)o considered an improper act to tend the Brooklyn wilh reinforcement to Fort iSuruUT until I had recmed an answer from Ihrrn to my. Idler of the preceding day ; that tho dilay could not continue more than forty-eight hours. He prompt ly concurred in thia ingestion as gen tlemanly and proper, and tho orders ver not transmitted to the Brooklyn on that evening. My anticipationM were rrpft, for mi the morning of the 2d of Jar.uary I refeived their insolent note and ft nt it hack to th.-m. In the mean time, however, the General Lad become 4oiivii)ced, by tho representations- of a gentleman whom I forbear to name, that the belter plan, as the Secretaries of War and Navy informed me, to secure secrecy and success and reach tho Fort, would be to solid a fast side-wheel mercantile steamer from New York with the rein forcement. Accordingly the Star of tho "Went was selec...

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