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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 29 November 1862

HYIL TPS mr A TTTT TTT VOL I. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1802. NO 199 MAS UNION. h 1 gabibson County girutos. OITY GOVERNMENT, ' ' JOHN nUOH Mirm, Mnynr. WILLIAM RIIANK, Beoorier. JOIIH CIIUMBI.EY, HunhaU Deputy ifanaUVf. II. Wllkliuon, A. C. Tucker, and Jmo A. PtoHs. Clerk of Ike Market Jolm ChnmMtj,ox-oflrio, first; Jo L. Ryun, anond ; and John Reddlck, third. To Amtuar William Ilrlvrr. Bwm CWIrfor A. B. HuuikUnd. Water Too Collector K. B. C-trrett Treasurer V. Henry. Wharf Matter Tbomiui Lrnke. BueriutewUmt of the Workhouu J. Q. Dodd. fuj)-(nimtrt of the Water M'or Jam Wratt. 0i o Department .Tolin M. Soalmry. AuIm of (h Cemetery T. H. Mcllride. rwrt OlwMr J. L. HUiwurt. jftfonwy John Mcl'hull Smith. CITY COUNCIL, Board of AUlermen Yf . V. Brlno, rmHidnot ; J. F.. Nowman.O. A. J. May Held, ll.fJ. Kcurul, Win. H. Cheat, bam, J. C riinlth, M. U. I.. thiihorne, and Jim. Kohh. (Jnmmnn Council W. P. June, ProKklent i William Roberta, T. J. YarbrouU, Win. Driver, Win....

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 November 1862

slasliviUc Stolon. ' Tor Freedom and Nationality K. C. WUKCKIt, lidllwr. SATURDAY MORNING, NOV. 29. 18G2. Leave no Enemy in the Rear S "Unless our Government is blind to the lessons of the sad experience in TenneH Beo which it has undergone since last spring, it will not content itself with pushing forward mighty armies, under the lead of able Generals, and leave the country in their rear full of traitors and rebel ppis. Wo havo had ample tvi dencc that zealous secessionists are not to be made loyal by being let alone With multitudes of the rank and file lime and reflection will do the work of repentance, and restore the deluded vo taries of Southern rights to sound rra-v son. But this process of waiting is en tirely too slow to be extended to "intel ligentand conscious traitors" Not in the spirit of malevolence or revenge do wo declare our conviction that much leniency and indulgence have, both here and elsewhere, been not only unprolita bly, but injuriously extended, to men whoso ...

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 November 1862

T J J II 31 8 : Da in Um, pot uinnn $8 00 a u 20 Ti-Wieit Umo, per annum & 00 Wikklt L'bio, per annum Ii 00 3ATURDAY MOIININGNOV. 29, 1SC2 V Hospital Library, V'e are d that ft movement is beiog ado'u Dome connldcrato and philan iropic gentlemen connected with tho my to collect a library for tbo use of La inmates of the military hospitals at lis place. Tho idea is an excellent one, id if carried out will enable the unfor mate soldier to pans many a day cheer illy and proCtably, which would othcr ise drag heavily away. Doubtless lousands will be happy to contribute teful and entertaining books to the ospilal Library. Tiikathe. Tho attendance at the )OVo named establishment, lant night, as again very largo. The performance, every respect, was excellent. Miss Vvstantink made her first appearance firing the present season. The beauty 1' style of this lady will always en- re for her ft warm and enthusiastic Iconic. The performance to-night will unusually attractive " Ireland as it as...

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. — 29 November 1862

For Freedom and Nationality. s. c, ni:it( i:ii, j:iiter. Important Regulations iaRelation to Army Trains and Baggage- War DicrAKTMRNT Add't GEx'rs Opticf.) WaRIIINQTON, Oct. 18, 18G2. General Orders, Ko. ICO. The following regulations are eBtallish ed for army trains and baggage : 1. There will be allowed For headquarter)' train of an Army Corps, cur wagons; of a Division or Brigade, three; of a full Infantry ogi mont, si. , and of a Light Artillery Lot tery or Squadron of Cavalry, three. In no cano will this allowance be ex ceeded, but always proportionably re duced according to the ollkeru and men actually present. All surplus wagons will be turned over to the Chief Quarter master, to bo 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 th approval of the Commanding Gen...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 30 November 1862

VOL I. 3afcibs0n County OITY GOVERN Mi jonr nnoH phith, , WILLIAM SHANE, U JOHN CHUMBI.KT, Marl Deputf MartkalVT. II. Wllklnioa id Jamea A. Ptoele. Clerk of 0 Mark John Chumbleyl . L. P.yan, aeoond ; and John Reddlif Tax AmtMor William Hrlvor. Itwwu Colledttrh.. B. Sbalikland. Wyr Tax Collector B. Garrett Triamrtr R. Henry. Wkarf Manor Thomas I .rake. Buperinterulenl of the Workhomt J. Q. Superintendent of Iht Water Hrorl Jai Chief of tU t'ira Department John M I 6rfon oi OmoJm-y T. H. Mcllrlde.l VSlrwif Orrrwer J. L. frVwart. ( rt..tny John McPhnil Smith. CITY COUNCIL. Hoard of Aldermen M. M. Uricn, Pros ewman.G. A.J. MaynVId, II. G. Scovol, W u, J. C Pinitu, M. O. I,. Claiborne, and (jummnn Cotmcif W. P. Jones, Presldei berU, T. J. Yarbni'igliT Win. Driver, W mis Hough, W. Mulllns, Juntos Turnor, G I Uo, A. J. Colo, Jan. Davis, Andrew Andr nowlcs, and Jubu Ore.ady. HTANDINd 0OMM1TTKK3 or TUB OITT OOl Finance Knnwlon, fcovel and Colo. Water Work Anderson, Sinilb and Clai Street Yar...

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. — 30 November 1862

n '' ammmwit NEY JIARKEli ill OF Til l0IIHVUI.il Jot'Uft rtnr.la, Ni.v. ".', lsoH. rx wore dull yoaUnlay. villi im I no ii.in .rr cro i.ll.i Im 27 (r KiM, ami fc.ln n fit 8J( :it ..iW-r liml Ui lr at iii tor Is In id f1 col.t and ) I ti i r "J mri'l NiiIm vrn wanii-l at JL Tllfl Holes nf 11. u I'luiiLard' . ila of 1 en l) ii o with al ai. i liingnt l .i i $1 ri-iit n iiil'im. fny Officers and Soldier FARY OLAMIl! 8 U (' II AS ent Blanks for Recruiti hnthly Company Returns, Officers' Pay Accounts Descriptive Rolls Ac., A, ., f , pTANTLY ON HAN lor RHle on tlio incut ino.I.Tiiln terms are nltio lie! tor nrr rami titan nnr liiiKMit III til" city, In rx. 'ruts with tlic j itch ami on tnt.ln alu t' lmu, AN V KIND OK" ERNMENT PRINTIKl ind niot-t n Hp'Tirully solicit order. rrienil aim! ar-qualntum-i' 'of Wllnn M l-oolfnlly Invitml to nttond the fnner ln.i.rn, tliiB afternoon, at 2 oYlnrk, ai.lenco on Cherry alroit, corner of Jit mi by IIpv, Dr. Howell, xv Advertisement r ii r. a v ii i: ....

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 30 November 1862

' aiasMU Elliott. : TKKMSt ' " Daii.t Union, por annum f 00 . , " .." WK'lt.V f T.i-Wiri.T I'mo, pr annum ..16 00 Wirmt tmoii, per annum $4 00 fl'NDAT MORNING. NOV. .".0, 18C2. Kkuoious Notkk. Second 1'oBt Chapel (McKendrce Methodist EpiucopolChurcb.) Preaching Ibis morning at 10 o'clock, y Lev. T. A. Goodwin, editor of tho Indiana Ameriean. Preaching thii evening by Chaplain II. A. Tattihom, of the Eleventh Michigan Regiment. The public are invited to attend. There will be preaching at the Second Freshyterian Church, at 11 o'clock this morning. Also at 7 o'clock this evening. ThankHgiving Day was duly observed by our Louisville contemporaries. In this city its observance has been post poned. Turkics and thanksgiving go together, and nobody can feel thankful while gnawing the drumstick of a poor( scrawny, two dollar turkey, which darky, two years ago, would have Bcorued to steal for his Christmas dinner. A largo number of persons took the oath of allegiance, and gave bond for their ...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 30 November 1862

1 Itaslnjill Virion. For Freedom and nationality. s. v. mEiicKu, r.mr. Important Regulations in Relation to Army Trains and Baggage. War Departmhnt Adu'tOsn'ls OmcrJ Wahhikoton, Oct. 18, 1862. f General Orders, No. 160. The following regulations are establish ed for army trains and baggage : 1. There will be allowed For headquarters' train of an Army Corps, our wagons; f a Division or Brigade, three; of a full Infantry L'egi ment, six; and of a Light Artillery Bat tery or Squadron of Cavalry, three. In no case will this allowance be ex ceeded, but always proportionably re duced according to the ollicers 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 upon the state of the roads and character of the campaign, M ill be organized by tho Chief Quartermaster, with the Approval of the C...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 2 December 1862

HVII DAILY UMOI VOL I. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1862. NO 201 WAS E JJatribsau , (fattfjr girttlorg. OITY OOVEI GOVERNMENT. - JOHN IICOH SMITH, ilavor, WILLIAM BHAN'E, Beamier, JOHN CODMBLtr, Jfortkal. Deputy ifimkaUVr. II. Wllklnion, A. 0. Tuckor, ad Jatne A. 8tole. Cfarfa A JfarJW John Cbcmhtof ,em-oftcio, flrt; ou. L. Ryaneoml ; tad John Reddtck, third. Tom Amtmor William Ilrlver. BflMMM Collector . B. Fhankland. H'ntor Tu (.VWor-rE. B. Garrett 3Yurtr H. Henry. WTvtrf Matter tlion.h I-ake. SupwlaMwlmf of the HVW..IW-J. Q. Dodd. fprtniilrt) (A Wor Wort .Jamcg Wyatt. Chief of tin Virt Ik-parlounil John M. Hoabury , &woll of the Cemetery T. II. Mcllrldo. Mr OMTMwr J. I. hlcwart. CityAUorney John Mcl'hall Smith. CITY COUNCIL. ISintri of Aldermen X . M. Brlen, rrehidout ; J. K. owman, Q. A. J. May flnld, JI.fi. Scnrol, Wm. S. (lieut- 'J, J. C. Smith, M. (1. I.. Clalbnrno, and Jus. Rnbb. (Jummnn Council W. I. Jutim. President ; William rU, T. J. YarbroiiRli, Win. I...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 2 December 1862

gtaslivillc aitrion. Tor Freedom and Nationality. H. C. PIMICi:il, Kdltor. TUESDAY MOUSING DfcX!. 2. 1P!2. A Mr. J. K. Davihsow, formerly editor m 11 . r !,... .,t. ,1 .!.. ll. Mn.....l.!a -01 lUai UTOIIUUB ICMfl Blirt HID iilliHJfiun Union Appeal, has recently published a long Utter in tho Jackson Mississippian, in which lie makes Bome gtatements worthy of notice, lie say a : I make the bold assertion now and cominjr years will know it a truism that the people, with the exception of the out and out' Abolition districts in Ohio tii- .7.. ji. r..: i- .fit.. ana Illinois, are as irmy ate ji iriuis iij me South and its institutions as any people on earth. Nay, more. lumestly Mieve that if an invading army could reach Indiana or Illinois' to-day, Oiey would be welcomed us deliverers from the servility and tyranny that tf woto qoailwq tliat people to desperation Uhe sentiment and tht actions of their people sliould not be underrated ly tlie S.iith. They are her natural allies. Geographic...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 2 December 1862

T K H M N : ,,' Dj.tBioir, pr-rinnnn.....' ..... JS CO " " " week 20 Tti-WcriLT L'RHm, per annom ....ffl o Wrr.sLt Union, per annum fi 00 TUESDAY M0UNJNO, DEC. 2, lr,2. President's Message. The telegraph informs, us that the Presi dent's Menage was retd to the Cabinet on the 28 nit. It was read to Congress yesterday, at noon. Interesting Article, The article frora the liallimora Ameri can, on the first page, on " The Drift of Events upon the Interest of Maryland," is lonjr, but deserving of attentive perusal by all persons. The theatre continues to be crowded nightly. We are glad to see the man agement so success ful at the beginning of the winter, campaign ; yet wo are not surprised, for tho energy and enterprise j)f Major 'Duffield are an earnest of success under any "circumstances. We hope the season throughout may bo re munerative to the Manager, and that each evening's entertainment may be pleasant to all who attend. The play last night was tho "Kobbers," cast with tho full str...

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. — 2 December 1862

Sift is In? iTti tmrtn For Freedom and Nationality. a. c. in later. it, Kdnr, Important Regulations in Relation to Army Trains and Baggage. War DErARTMHNT Add'tGkn'lb Office) Wahhimotow, Oct. 18, 1802. f General Orders, No. 1GO. The following regulations are establish ed for army trains and baggage : 1. There will ho allowed For headquarters' train of an Army Corps, four wagons; of a Division or Brigade, three ; of a full Infantry Regi ment, six; and of a Light Artillery Bat tery or Squadron of Cavalry, three. Iu no enno will this allowance be ex ceeded, but always proportionably re duced according to the officers and men actually present. All surplus wagons will bo turned over to the Chief Quarter master to be organized, under direction of the Commanding Generals, into supply trainc, or sent to the nearest depot. The requisite supply trains, their size depending upon th state of he. roads and character of the campaign, will be organized by the Chief Quartermaster, with the approval...

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. — 3 December 1862

HI BAILY TEJNIOM ri VCL I. NASIIVILLE, TENNESSEE, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1862. NO 202 NASMYi . . . . i -i 2&tet (fantg girctforg. CITY GOVERNMENT! joira ncGH 8MiTn, Mar'. I . , WU1IAM HHA.VE, Bteorder. , . j j JOIIM UI1CMBIJEY, ifarttoi. Deputy STarikaUVr. B. Wilkinson, A. C. Tucker, ( mi Jsmos A. Fteols. CUrki of On Market Jolm ChumhI.y,s-o0lHo, first; 1 Jos. L. Ryn, second ; end John Redillck, third. Tom Am or . William Driver. Awotm CWteofor A. B. Khaiiklaud. Wr Ju 0)I(or E. U. tiarrelt ' Ireaturer R. Jienry. BV Matter TIkwiss lvake. flwpmMimrfont o the Wurklmiue J. Q. D"dd. Superintenilml of the Katrr Jl'ori James Wyatt. hief of the Fire IyartmnU John M. Hcahury. Btxto of lit Cemetery T. II. MrBrldl street Overneer .1. h, lewnrt. J Vily Attorney Jobn Mul'hull Bmltli. 1 CITY COUNCIL. ( nwu-A of IMn-M. M. Brlen. President ; J. K. .'onomn.O. A. J. Hay fluid, H.(. Hro-iel, Wm. 8. Client. "u, J. C Hmitb, M. O. L. Cliuborno, and Jas. ltobb. (Truman Council Yi . I. Jones, l'rosldot...

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. — 3 December 1862

telwiilc Linton. Fcr freedom and Nationality; c. mi:it;i:it, Kditor. WEDNESDAY MOCKING, DKC. 3, IHti'i. Slavery in Tennessee as Affected by the Rebellion. Tho great right of self-preservation, in the present momentous civil war, car ries with it, necessarily, tho right to dis cuss freely, every matter which may affect tho Commonwealth. The day has past forever, when any individual or class, in this State, can demand that the press, or forum shall bo silent in regard to any thing which concerns tho Commonwealth. Such a time onco existed it has gone forever, and henceforth no institution, no system of labor, no material or moral interest, w hich affects the welfare of mul titudes, can avoid tlio spirit of free in quiry and rational investigation. It may be seriously questioned whether tho sensitivenuss shown by many slave owners' in regard to their right to the possession of their slaves, does not pro ceed more from falso pride and false bonor, than from the real valuo of pro perty, 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. — 3 December 1862

& gtosftrtUrStoiott. 4.. ri.T I'iriOK, jmt annum (K) ' " " wrok. ,., 20 , Jn-ffr.r.i.T Vmoh, iwr annum 5 00 VttaLi Vxium, xr annum fi 00 'EDNIvSDAY MORNING, DUO. 3, 1602. Hon. Robert Dale Owen'i Letter. Ag much anxiety has been expressed (o sco this long, but interesting, and very able letter, on ono of tbe most mo mentong questions which any nation waa ever called upon to act. we repub lish it this morning. Mr. Owen is one of the most gifted and practical men of the day, and has for many years been recognized as one of the ablest leaders of Uje Democratic party in the Northwest, and the reflections of such a mind on euch a topic will be read with profound interest. The Atlantio Monthly. This elegant and clannio periodical for December is at hand. It is the first we bare seen since tho Voclade, and is, there fore, doubly welcome. When we state that among its contributors are such mm as Longfellow, Aoabhib, IIaw tJioene, Holmes, White, and Hayaud atloii, we pay tho highesi compli...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 3 December 1862

CONTINUED FBOM riHGT riJE. original number attest the desperate rtlor with which th confronted death. Not with- the rank and file is the blame t The leading 1 There Las been the secret of failure. With all the advantages of a just causa over our enemies, we have anflered them to outdo us in earnesness. We lack the enthusiasm which made irresistible the charge of Cromwell's Ironsides. We need the invincible impulse of a sentiment. We want, above all, leaders who know and feci what they are fighting for. This is a war in which mercenaries avail not There must be a higher motive than the pay of a Swiss a holier duty urging on, than the profosMonal prida r the blind obedience of a soldier. By par liamentary usage, a proposed measure is entrusted, for fostering care, to its friends. Ho should the war be. Its conduct should be confided to men whose hearts and souls are in it. Again. It has long been ono of our national sinn, that we pass by, with scarcely a rebuke, the gravest public of 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. — 4 December 1862

VOL I. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, DECEMBER i, 18G2. NO 203 gsiibsan Couitlg gitttiarg. , OITY GOVERNMENT. JOHN HUGH BMITTI, WILLIAM SHANK, Rtdbritr. JOHN CIJUMDI.KY, Matthat. DfUf VarthaU W. II. Wilkinson, A. 0. Tucker, ud Jam" A. Ptaele. fHrk ttit Marktt John CbismbT,m-offUi, tirit; Jo. L. Rjftn,MCnd ; and John Iteddlck, third. Taa ilaMMnf' WilUatn Driver. JtmtM Colloclar A. B. EhaakUnd. tVcUtr To Cuflwrfot' E. B. Garrett JVsojmw R. Henry. . Wharf MatUr Tlinmsa Leake. fjuptrintmdenl nf th Worhhnutt J. Q. Dodd. Buperinlrndml of th Water IVori Jnmes Wjratl. Chief iV I'paimn Jolin M. Scabury. rWnn f (' Cnnfry T. H. Mr.Brlde. r(w J. h. Flewarl. C(tf Attorney JoliQ McPhall Smith. CITY COUNCIL. Hoard o ilUfrwon M. M. lirlen, Prcpidant ; J. K. Newman, O. A. J. May Held, H.(i. Hcnvel, Wm. H. Client. oti, J. C. rmllli, M. (. L. Clalbnrnn, and Jus. Robb, Common Council W. P. Jones, I'ranl. tent j William Roburts, T. J. YarlirmiRh, Wm. Prlver, Wm. Flowart, Iouls lluuh, W. Miilliuu, Jairi...

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. — 4 December 1862

- - - Yor Trccdom find Nationality-. , 1. '. Pir'IICF.It, I'tillor. TJlCil.- DAY MOHNINCJ, DI G. 4 Ifciii. Coirection. An article appeared in yesterday' Union, containing several forms of Bonds fur Good Conduct, ()th of Allegiance, Guarantee of Trotcction, 4c.,' follovty; by some remarks from General J'.Oh't- CHANS. T;io article was preceded by few brief paragraphs, which should have -appeared as a communication, but, throug n oversight of the compositor, they ap pearcd as editorial We correct thic, be cause ono of these jircfatory remarks was directly contrary to what we have stated before, namely: "The form of Bond and Protection, heretofore publish cd, is intended for loyal citizens only. We have positively stated the contrary on a previ ins occasion, and if we under stand the inclining of plain language Governor Johnson and General Bosk cbanh, tnke the panic view of the matte that we do, and certainly they ppeak by authority, inasmuch as the Bonds, etc are issued by their author...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 4 December 1862

.1 I.IIIH". I' I 1 1 III ' Y ftiisltville -nhnatu , . .TJ3UMSJ IT TMoif , V annum t W 20 "-Wrmi.T tw,xt annum.. ...1 $ 00 r I'mo. iti ftLinim. J.;. ... .' ti 00 .JtJREDAY MORNING, PRO. 4, 18C2. t . Communication!. liava 8-vral communications on .1 advocating the administration of 1, ..system, as expounded in the jifct'llia other day, bo to require all ds, loyal and disloyal, to give bonds ood behaviour. Wo do not see the riety of publishing defences of an pretation of the Bonds, which is ivcly disavowed and repudiated by -rivil and military functionaries whose are affixed to them, on) ., Astronomical Notice. foi o rcceired A letter jcitcrday from ini on Tom. Summfjis, late attach of the hieip Methodist Publishing House, feist, ftnornical calculator of the Con- 'ate Almanac. The old turkey stuf- ou-i on bis way from Chattanooga for turposo of exhibiting a lunar eclipse, i he has gotten up ; tho proceeds of It ow to bo Unvoted to replenishing ll rrasurr of llio I'Vathern ConHurlrrap-....

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. — 4 December 1862

"a w" -"aa . ' ... Fr Freedom and Nationality. N. C. fflKIICKH, r.iltr. GENERAL ORDERS. llKArqoARTitBS 14th Armt Conrt, ) Department of the Cumberland, Nahhville, Tknn., Not. 27, 18G2.$ General Orders, No. 23. Information hating reached these Headquarter, to the efl'ect that large quantities of poods of everj description re boing sold by Sutlers and other par ties to citizens, and by them being passed beyond the lines of this Army, thereby giing aid and comfort to tho enemy, the following regulations will hereafter be strictly observed : I. All Army Sutlers are required to join their regiments, and they will not bo permitted to sell goods to any but persons connected with the Army. H. No Sutler will be permitted to ship Hoots, Shoes, or any articles of clothing to his regiment, unlcsn he first obtain a certificate from tho commanding ollieer of tho regiment, staling that such arti cles and quantities (which must in all case be ttpecified) are absolutely neces sary for tho comfort of...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
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