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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 18 November 1862

fiMIILI7 UNI VOL I. 'j.j i , i NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, TUESDAY NOVEMBER; 18; 1802. 1 ' NO 189 NASI CITY GOVERNMENT; i, JOHM HUOH 8MITO, Mayor. r ? rvsku fhank, Bord. J , '( ' 'jOUH CHCMBLEY, Martini. I ' ! ' V'jmiy VarthaUVt. It. Wilkinson, A. C. Tucker, end Jamrt A.Fteele." " ' V ' .' Orrki of It Jfars.t Joliul'humbley ,sa-ofco,arst; Jos. L. Kjad, second t and John Roddick , third. Tat Awu'nr William Driver. wnti4 ColhrJor k. B. Shankland. tl'afcr Tax tViffr E. B. Garret I Trwiswrer R. Henry. WW Matrr Thomrui tke. , ftupTiwteiwfent I'M WorUVmss J. Q. Dodd. Suptrinltnttmi of tki Water H or J James Wyatt. , Cklrf of ike Fir Viwtmml John M. Keabury. . Hfxinn t th CemelmyT. H. Mi Arid. ; 5lrerf Owrr J. L. Stewart. Oily Attorney John McPhall Bniltb, j CITY COUNCIL. Boon! of AUUrault. M. Brleo, President , .!. E. New-mull, 0. A. J. 1ayfleld, H.O. rV.OTel, Wm.S Ch-ftt-ham, J. c. Pmltb, M. 0. L. Claiborne, Mid Ji. Robb. Clwimon Council W. P. Jones, rrestdent $ William Roberts, T. J. Yarhnugh...

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. — 18 November 1862

1 ) 1 For Freedom and Nationality . . riEHCKIt, Wor TUESDAY MORNlSfJ, NOV. 18. 182. yf IwosUted, lat R-.irulay, that ft correi ponde'irtt)f the Louisville Journal, writ r..ing IiuaLi tplac Lad.iiucU a. .great blunder in MjiDg that the forlilioatiow ' at this V-tu had Wen c'OBlrucjd '.'under f '," the direction and auperviiion 4 General ' NrJLKY," when the Initli waa ht the conslroctiotfof iherorUrkiiion imarxi-n (urged ly Governor .OoiixsuN, H ic lirtit place,' Iwn Uemr.l 'Biicu.. and wre subsequent! planood l.y and' built by CaptMonTOH.' W 'statement' wm Lot only correct, but we, have the highest au 'thority for stating that General Nf.gley himself, in -ono of his reports, expressly gave theeredit of the works to the Chief Engineer, Cap't.'. JitfrtTONV General 'Xt:u l.tv inijrely, disclaims", .officially, j the praipo thrust on hitn by this otlisious correspondent, whose statements were made without his knowledge1. f , In our remarks with refvrcrico to flic great embarrassment, con...

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. — 18 November 1862

1 f flteltviUc Pinion. t i: n m s : Cit t'iioit, fcor iunn(.,;...... .'-i.. ii it .' Tai-Wixiitr L'sinit, par ajuiuin. ... ... 20 fX) CO wwnimwi in laimu TUI'SPAT M0RNINO, NOV. 18; 1M2. 1: - , The,.telcyaj:lt line Vdn:f (Jovrji t jc KaBt,,W received , i)o fHapU-u-fj ! nigbt." 'f There is it Icf ttt'thiV-Office for ' II. "W. fUxoKit (vMicr.) Apply at the Count jog lioout. r r r ; i f .., A. a, - . - i J . To Our Subscribers.' J Wetind aftvr a fewmonflnexpfiitnce Jthnt it is iinpjfsil)!! to collect the email ,anionnt duo us for the Daily in the city, with the mgnlarity t hat ehouM attend lhat department, without more time and attention -than wo can well Hord tube ft mow upon it. In the future we will be ".'overned by the cash in advance princi jj!aAnd by that "vifcQroua; policy''., hope l(r6nIer profitable, that which up to the present time lins Leen aliurclcn. Trom this date no paper will be delivered trom this oflice unless j aid fur in advance. IV'hc-nthe time paid for expires, llu...

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. — 18 November 1862

' '. ' . . . . . : c : For Freedom and Nationality. n. c. Mniicri, f:diir. Important Regulations in Relation to Army Trains and Baggage. WaiiDei'AiitvkstAuu'tOes'liOkfice WahM5OT0S, Oct. 18, 1862. , General Orders, Ko, 100. The following regulations are esUbl isli ed for army train and baggage : 1. There will be allowed For heaflqnartorB' train of an Army Corpa, four wairons: of a Dirision or I'.rigade, three; of a full Infantry Krgi mcnt, sir; and of Light Artillery Bat tery or fvitudron of Cavalry, three. In no case will this allowance bo ex ccedrd, but always proporlionably re duced according to the officers and nu n actually present. All eurplus wagon will be turned over to the Chief Quarter master to be organized, under direction of the Commanding Generals, into supply traine, or sent to the nearest depot. The requisite 6upply trains, their size depending upon tho state of the roads and character of the campaign, will be organized by the Uuef Quartermaster, with the approval of...

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. — 19 November 1862

HY1EEE: liaf UNIOM. - VOL I. NASHVILLE, ; TENNESSEE, ..WEDNESDAY: NOVEMBER 19, 1802. NO 190 MAS i ; Tut ifa Trr tup cv 4r ' , 1 wO ' a Ml i n i 1 it 'i ;,Wi "fit ma ' L i 'f he y; Ira: inf r not on j nisi !ica an adj n a' vliii red liar, () It ail, uaii icrll will ('f I! ofd Iff 1 'hon Ji ope; iioi !'e ivl uonj - nit) 1 ' hhi use ; idgo Tic as te rnir Irnilt; r co ,'ar th 1 1 t, . I 1 1 II- a; -1' I .JUTS J - f :i.e ft wl Kl 11 .1 f 1 in I' , j Sabfoson fiountjr girttioru. CITY GOVERNMENT. JOIIX IIUGn BMITH, Mayor. WILLIAM 8HANE, Recorder. JOHN CIIUMBI.EY, UanhaX. Deputy Mar,Ul$ W. II. Wilkinson, A. C. Tucker, and James A. Steele. Cleric of the Market Jolin ChumbleT,e-of!eo, flrsl; Joi. I. Rjan, second ; aud Jolin Roddick, third. Tax AittuorViMm Driver. BettnM Collector . B. Hhankland. ' 'f ater Tax Collector E. D. tiarrolt . ,eajntrer IX. Henry. Iftar Natter Thomas iakp. elu;iriMiKl-nJ o I WorlchnmeS. Q. Ixjdil. ' J SvperltUemUni of Ike Water IKorti James Wyatl ' Ck o (' Fir Depart...

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. — 19 November 1862

. 1 fl UWllltl For Freedom and Nationality . C. PIEHC r.H Hdllor. "WKD N IS I) A Y M O R N I N G , NOV. 10, 18C2. A Political Enigma Tbe Indiinapolis CInd.) Sentinel, ft prom inent VATAA5OT0IIAM OTgxn,Ct mS Hot onlj nrpriBfd, bnt disconcerted and Trelful over the result t Iheelcctiom in Missouri'; which Vre ia'lavor of th Enuucipatioa ticket both Legislative and Congressional. That journal which pleaded tti a8fl of the rebels openly, as long as it dared do so, and even yet, pcrt-iats in casting all the blame of the rebellion upon (ho anH-slaTery party, begins Us eonimcnts tpon tlicMisfouii elec tions as follows : ' ?i . Tf rorlin in Htlourl.' : Thoso vho are not acquainted with the rn'rjn of kmrixnt are unable lo comp-ehnul why it was lhat Republicans were elected to Cotigr. pa from Missouri. The recent elections in that State in mn.d itutonrei verea farce. The results do not indicate the political sentiments of a majority of its citizens. The Federal military au tlkirity being Bupr...

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. — 19 November 1862

sftnjiliviUc hhnan. y , T E II M H : P:tr t.'stoa, p"r annum "O .jc iO Ti.i-Wr.r.KLT t'KMa, lr annum J5 (X) Vi'itKti Vmom, per annum ,ti "0 wj:dsi:sday morning, no v. 10, isr.2. . ,, . There ia a Letter at this Office for II. W. Sanies (soldier.) Apply at the Counting Koom. To Our Subscriber, t ' '. vVe lind after a few months exptrit-nco that it ia impossible to collect the email amount due us for the Daily ia tLo city, with the rugularity that should attend that department, without more time and attention than we can well adord to bc Mow upon il. In the future we will be peverned by tho cA vi a'lixiiue princi pljr, and by that "vigorous policy" hope to render proCtable, that which up to the present time has been a burden. l'Vom this date no paper will be delivered from thin office unless tutd fur in udminre. "A'hcnlhe time paid fur expire, the paper will be discontinued, unless renewed in time to prevent it. Our .Agent cannot afford to call on any one three or four times for tho p...

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. — 19 November 1862

For Freedom and Nationality. . -. muter.!., r.diior. Important Regulations iaRelation to Army Trains and Baggage. Wa B I'fi'AltTMKNT Aou'T Gkn'LS OkKICE WAFHISOTr.Jf, Oct. 18, 1802. $ General Orders, Xo. 100. ' The following regulations re esUblioli ti for rmy (rains and baggage : 1. There will be allowed For icad'uartra' Irain of an Army Cona, four LwKori8; of a Division or Brigade, three; of a full Infantry Iiogi ment, .r; and of a Light Artillery Bat tery or Squadron of Cavalry, three. In no case will this allowanco be c.t ci'Ctltd, but always proporlionably re duced at'eording to the officers and men actually present. All surplus wagons will be turned over (o the Chief Quarter mash r to be organized, under direction of the Commanding Generals, into supply trains, or sent to the nearest depot. The requisite supply trains, their size deperdin upon the state of thoroads and eharaeter of the campaign, will be orpnn;7ed by the Chief Quartermaster, with the approval of the Commanding ...

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. — 20 November 1862

t-" - 1 -' ; i -- . ,'; iti'i ; ; i v " ; ', t 1 1 ' " I " " 1 1 1 "" " ' 1 '' 1 1 rr " " -- .-. . ;ol ? ' NASHVILLE TENNESSEE, THUHSD AY' : NOVEMBER ' 20, 1802.' ' ' ' " .( li.t. ! m ) ..-.J -ii t -t i . . ' .... NO 191 i:t .:. i . .- r !' 1 I 1 . I til , ... 9abibson " ounlt. ginttonj. CITY GOVERNMENT.' ' , JOHN IltMH fM ITU, Ufa, i I ' : . " WIU.laM HUNK, lUaardar. ,i JOHS CHUMBIJiY, AfareaaJ. ,, J Uarthalt-i-TT. II. Wllktntoa, A. c'Ttieker, 4 James A. Steele. ' ' r ClrrUafti UvrVat Joha CTiumhley,eAiMe,ural; A I. Ryan, second ; tad John Roddiek, third. ' Tarn Amtu William Prlter. AVvefrM Coll" A. B.rJhaaklaas. ' i frafjr Ta CuUeeler K. I). Uarrett : , TrfamvarH. Henry. ! V JrVtefer Tuoniaa Leake. tosr(aeaMw LVe Worlaouw J. Q. Do4d. .'Jujiertolendei.f os Water Wort Junes Wyatt. ,CJV of ti4 ' JVpartroe John M. Beabury. . .Xertv eftha Cowerg T. II. Mcllrtse. , 'Sir OeericsrJ. t. Stewsrt. ,., ; City AUnraty John Mcl'h.il Bmlth... , . , , CITY COUNCIL. " 1 rtJ vf iUWmrn M. M. Ttrln, ...

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 November 1862

simile ilttiouJ For Freedom and Nationality t,-.T7t N. V. fflKKCKIt, I'.dltor. - i v . - 4 s ( vrctext for Undmg UJ amae, wun iuiu Manna, in thi day of. your: country's dancer.' It is your duty to ap and l wotk, lo some way or other, for your Mialry. '' She 'needs the aid' 'and 'warm ywpalby or ail Her sons. uon act " speak bo taulfocally, that your daily as sociates e only gut sg whether yon are for your cnunlry s freedom ami naWtn afitr.' or against , both. , Fight, ppcak, write, act, in some way, so as to manifest idtt thn fire of natriotism burns with a tlear and slcad llame upon' the altar of joar Iit-art. Aid the citiI and military authorities it. killing rebellion. Kvrnna tViw with and comfort the soldiers. Denounce treason and traitors on all oc casions, when the .cause of. the Union doniud it. ; Wo havo often blushed at the-feebleness Of some professed loyal Jet. ' Thiir Hps are sealed closely, until a fence rail, a pair of socks, or a chicken is stolen, from them by some w...

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 November 1862

si Olivine Wmou, T i: II 31 8 : I'lllf tmx, pr annum (A ' " " week S J Ti-Wm.T L'mox, per annua.. ., tJ 01 WaiKLT U mot, per unun,,,,,,.).,' 1 W THURSDAY MORNING, NOV,. 20, 1SC2. Ll The weatlior ii soft and ulraost Mtjr ik in It, milducssi, nd ifj Ju Jjreu .. raining frontly for' several days'." Tiio ' Vifcr is riling ulowlj, but not fst enough to galisfj (lie community, and linndred f eager frndcrn. - - - ......... lUlss. There liare been heavy rains at Louisrille and above. The Ohio is till very low, not able in fct Id get out f its bed. Sensation Newt. The Washington despatch, to tlio 7W bunt maybe pronounced a " sensation f the lirnt order. It is a tremendous a,mbu. There is a great dearth of local news just at present. The city is petting rather orderly. TiinAntK. This evening Mr. IIahuv f.vFiir.TT, the comedian of our theatre, is to be the recipient of a complimentary testimonial at the hands of his numerous friends. No ono is more deserving than Mr. , and coming at this time,...

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 November 1862

hwiofore on the question, I should bw durpfiscd t tbe Attitude be Miumci. He aki vthth ilii Andrew JoLnson be f-crn a cilircn'of the Confederate SUies ? (f 9M that term, we are obliged always to use it the meaning; it, ft r.itiae-n of Ten nessee when he entered the Confederate Statea.) , Ho was a citizen of Tennessee oriifir.aJly. When Trnnespce bee amo one rf the Confederate .States ho was in the position of e?erjr other citizen of Te.n iuse Ho neTer disarowed his allegi ance t Tennessee; on tho contrary, he pretended l represent )icr in tho Federal tSenaU', aocI he went back there and pre tended to he f overnor. Moir was he re loaded from his allegiance ? TenncsBeo bcaocninir. one of the Coiifedertvte .States, he v as obliged ti ive: obedience to her lat a, or become amenable to indictment and conviction for treason if he prate aid and f orofort tu the memy, or leTicd war nflainpt her. The Oontstitution tho Sen ator has relied upon o ronfidcnllj in KupjK.rl o(hin position had lo t...

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 November 1862

NABMYJL. . ' I .'t-JL " SMM-JT-.S) '.(ii -i.i. .; i. VOL I. ' NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, FRIDAY NOVEMBER 21, 1862. NO 192 ( it ! . .). I " 1 . . ..';t I CITY GOVERNMENT.' JOHM HUGH SMITH, Mapot, WIIXIAM SHANE, Swo... JOHN CI1CMDI.KY, Marikal Vefuly HcvsAoU W. IL Wilkinson, A. C, and James A. Stle. ' ' ." Texkor, C!rl of the Market-John ChuaibUy,ejr-o0W, Orst; Jus. L Ryan, Second ; aud John Rtddlck, third.' ( , Tax Anemor William Prlvcr. ' Uevenue Collector A. B. Phankland. : ( Water Tax Collector K. B. ttarrett . ' ' Trinvmrm R. Henry. Wkvrf Mailer Thomas Leake. fiuperiaKn-! V War kkon J. Q. Dodd. ' Sunerlnea of tte Woler Works James Wyatt. ' Cfci' 0 f' Depaffmen John M. Seabury. Sexton of the Cemetery T. H. M0D1IU0. Ffrset Ormxwr J. L. Stewart. Ciy itforn'tf John Mcl'hall Smith. CITY COUNCIL, Hoard of Aldermen M . M. Prlen, President ; J. K. Nowman.O. A. J. May Held, H.O. Kcovol, Win. 8. Cheat. h'0 J. C Smith, M. O. Claiborne , nd Jaa. Hobb, ihmmon OwnciJ W. V. Jones, President; William...

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. — 21 November 1862

For freedom and Nationality feiday kubninm. not. i. Joan Mitobwa, the noiea trim. rv.B who in well known as a most cnthua ' i.:- -A..r i t tho " ceculiar instito- c ...I. .(.. from France to lion, rcw"" iv ,--. , ' ij.t. a ll aairl in a sneech. that the kiCliniUllUi "v " " South had m roaX fricndi in Kuropo. Mr. .UitoumX is man of great shrewdncs, ad had the heai opportunities for asccr. taining the sentiments 01 me nmu . 1 r... I,, minolpd Willi CWt P"lt " ILeclam which is most favorable to the reikis. No doubt he flaw through the hypocritical profeinns of friendship, t . i. a.. i.....i. ..v. inmHil. or rather WHICH wo riti'i" made and felt the r emptiness obildy made, anu iti i i and insincerity. 'lliewiMi " roDean aristocrats have for llio permanent Jifcitintion of the United Biaies, ors i J.W from love for the South . nd slave- . - . . .1 . , I i ' . . , i fr aaunrnn ml rr.bulrtmhatrbllo free 1 desire to see both sections of this ro . . J ii I public involved in hopcles anarchy....

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 November 1862

i I !' BashvttU Virion. T K II MS: Dlt Union, lnp annua.. M 00 m wrk..... 10 Tai-Wnair Ci'io, ir amiaa... ti 00 . Wiuil L'aiea, per annum W Mil DAY MORNING. NOV. 21, I8C2. To Our Subscribers. Wo find after a few months experii-nc ! (hat it is imponsible to collect the small amount due us for the Daily in the city, with the regularity that should attend ; that department, without more time and attention than we can well afford to be tow upon 1L In the future we will bo governed by Iho cash in advance princi ,1m an.l (tr ll.al "tirrornna rinlii'" hnnA ( J F'Tt " J " r ' ' to render prolitable, thai vvlncli up ionic prcBcnt time has Loen a burden. From this date no paper will be delivered from this office nnlcss j-aid fr in advance. When the time paid for expires, the paper will he discontinued, UhIobb renewed in time to prevent it. Our A-cnt cannot afford to call on any ono three or four Mines for tho paltry sura of twenty cent?, and then perhaps not get it. All subscrib ers in arrear...

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. — 21 November 1862

For Freedom and Nationality. s. v. Rii:itc:ii, l'ditor. Important Regulations in Relation to Army Trains and Baggage. Waj Dkpautmknt Ano'TOEN'i,i OrncK Wahiiinoton, Oct. 18, 1802. ikntral Order, No. 1G0. The following regulations arc rutablisli ftd for rm traiofl and baggage : 2. There willlio allowed l or headquarters' train ot an Army Corpa, four wagons; of a Division or I'.rigade, three; of a full Infantry Ucgi rnent, iix; and of a Light Artillery I!at-ie-rj or Hqnadron of Cavalry, three. In no casts will this allowance be ox cecded, but always proportionably re-' duced according to the ofllcers and men veto, all present. All surplus wagons will be turned over to the Chief Quarter master to be organized, under direction f the Commanding (iem-rals, into supply trains, or sent to the nearest depot. The requisite supply trains, their size depending upon the state of the roads n4 rlinraolf.e if Om .intrt. vill IjC organized by the Chief Quartermaster, with the approval of tho Command...

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. — 22 November 1862

YILLJLM . BATLY UNION VOL I. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1862. NO 193 NASH Dabihon Counts Dirtctimj. u ' I', CITY GOVERNMENT. JOHX HUGH PMIT1J, ifr. WIU.UH BHANE, fteaerder. JOHS CHUM BUT, MmtUl. ; VTMlf JfwaWb W. II. Wilkisnf, A. C. Taeker, Mil James A. Rleele. (fa slke Atariee Job Cuaoaky,ea-f!m,rSt; Ji. 1. Ryao, second j and John Red lies, third. Tarn Aaumar William Driver. . Inrnm CtUedtrK. B. Pbaokland. Wafer 7'aa reUeetor E. D. Garrett Treaenrer R. Ilrary. WW Miter Thomas Leake. a-Mpmotewfeni Woe ike J. Q. Bod. . 4prlanen a Ike Wafer Warm Jamta Wyntt. . a Us JVa Dtpartmmtjoba M. Seabnrv. Xrtaa of . Cemrrf-T. H. WeflrUe. Ortur J.L. Htewart. iVj Auarntg John MoPhall Smith. CITY COUNCIL. Hear' ( AUirrmm M. W. Brlen, Preaideut ; J. Newman, Q. A.J. Mayneld.H.O.Heovel, Win. S. Cheat. a'0, J. C Smith, II. O. I. Claiborne, tad Jaa. Hohfc. Ommii CimuHl W. P. Jones, President j William Kohcrts, T. J. Yarbrough, Win, llrlvor, Wm. Stewart, Uiulalionxli.W. Mnlllnn.JnmesTnr...

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. — 22 November 1862

For Freedom and Nationality. . !, niZHCr.lt, Editor. SATUKDAY MORNINO. NOV. 22. 1S62. Military Quarters. Quite a numljcr ot private residences, ,ia thin city, belonging, we are (old, to loyal, a well m to disloyal citizens, havo been appropriated as military quarters, ' by officers of various grades. In some instances these bouses were occupied, and tho occupants were compelled to seek other abodes. One case has been report ed to up, where a subordinate, connected with the Quartermaster's Department, ejected families from two different hons te. It is rery certain that our officers, nd soldiers too, should be comfortably provided for in the way of lodgings, and fie Gpvernmcnt has made proper provis ion for this purpose. ' Referring to the Jlsviscd Regulations for tho Army, pub lished by the War Department in 18G1 we find the following sections in Article IXLII, concerning the Quartermaster' Department. BARRACKS AND gUAUTMlS. Sect. 1000. Under this head are in eluded the permanent bui...

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. — 22 November 1862

1 gtasltvillc Srtmon. T K II M S : TaiLl l'i', pf nri ' ' " rk Tm-Wrr.i.t I'mo, per aun..., Wrkitr t'iu, ptT annum mi m in nvjiiuitiMWW 11 oo t'J oo Ik fATUKDAY MORNING, MOV. 12,' ISM.. To Our Subscriber!, j .VtW.Wlnd tfter ft few montlii experience ,rvjj7 (hat itii impossible to collect the mall iroount due us for the Diljr in the citj, with the rugulrity tint should ftttond Lkt department, without more time nd stlention than we cn well afford to be stow upon it. In the future we will be (joterned bj the atth in advance princi ple, nd by "yip;oroui policy" hope 1 render profitable, tbt which up to the present time Las been ft burden. From his date no paper will be delivered f from this office unless yaid for in advance. pienthe time paid for expires, the paper ift be discontinued, unless renewed in time to prevent it. Our Agent cannot afford to call on any one three or four times for the paltry sura of twenty cents, and then perhaps not get it. All subscrib ers in arrears will plea...

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. — 22 November 1862

For Freedom and Nationality. . V. MI'.urril, I'dttar. Important Regulations inRelation to Army Trains and Baggage. War DaPARTMF.ST Adu'tGen'li Office Wahhikotok, Oct. 18, 18C2. J th.or&l Oriins, Ko. ICO. TLt following regulat ions are establish d for armj trains and baggagf : 1. There will he allowed . I'cr Wndquarlcrs' Iraia of an Army C(irm, four wagorn; of a Division or Prijrade, three; of a full Infantry Igi ment, t.'m ; and of Light Artillcrj Bat tery or Fquiidron of Cavalrj, three. la ro rase will this allowance be ex reeded, but always proportionably re duced ( cording to the ofllcers and men actually present. All surplus wagons will rc turned orcr to the Chief Quarter dufU r to be organized, under direction I the Commanding Generals, into supply train, or tsciit to the nearest depot. The requisite supply trains, their size depend inn upon the Mate of (he roads and character of the rampnijtn, will be organized by the Chief (juartefmaRter, with the approval of the Commandi...

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