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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 11 December 1862

'7 .' t : VOL I. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1802. NO 208 ) ' K&oit cunfo gimt&rn. V . ciTY GOVERNMENT. I" v joiw ncoa PMrrn, ! WIM.I.IM mASK, SaeoraV. . 1 J011S CHLMBLEY, MarAal i DWy jrar)kIW. It. Wllklnrnn, A. 9. Tnckef, ,od James A. Pleats. . . Clirkt ofO Markfi John ChCmbUijr.es-eflleie, ftVat; los. 1. Ryan, second ; sod John Reitdlck, third. Tom AMr William Prlv- r. Rit doHeef A. B.Miankland. " 1 Water Taa Collector K. B. Garrett 7Vawrr Tlenry. I WW fi(aitr Thomas LenWe. : HjwrlnMKkwl o WorlkViufe J. J. Dodd. Sij)ri(tnil 1 JKiUor HVtf Umee Wyalt. . ll Uhtqf itf Oi4 t'ir4 D'iirlmtnl John M. Seabury. i" S flUM of Iho Omrlm-jiT. II. Mcllflde. , , j ioriinf John Motliill Bnilth. i CITY COUNCIL. , . - I ' ns...l J.l M M ntlpn PreHlilsnl : J. K. ' lewmsn.O. A.J. Wayfleld, II.G. rVovel, Wm. 3 ClieiiU in, J. C Bmiih, M. O. L. laiboroa, aud Ji. Kobb. JC Ontrnon Cov;i( W . P. Jones, President William ru, T. 3. Yarbroogh, Wra. Driver, Wm. Ptewart, J 4liHimgh,W. 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. — 11 December 1862

IJnslivUlc. "Union 7 or. Freedom and - Nationality t.4 C ITil.IXCKIl, i:tllor. THURSDAY MORNING, DEC. II. 18G2 . ';. , ' "WAR. .; : To hear the complainls of some people, in ilv t tij:liloilt( d c f aimiiu and cauil ore would suppose they Lad never read of war, or knew anything of ita .untold miseries and euflVrinps. fo long accus tomed to peace and tlie iijojinf-nla of its blessings' and lruits, our people had supposed that war would be a pleasing change, and destroy for the time the dull xnonolony, so void of excitement, and during which people were compiled to take care of themselves and families, and attend t other stMpid matters. That armies and armed men, would al waja nud up their cards, pull off their hat, be exceeding j courteous and polite, when about to approach, or go Into the private house of a gentleman ; that fences would, stand harmless, and all prop erty .inteieMa would increase, and per sonal liberty would be in no wise re stricted that the two contending ar mies 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. — 11 December 1862

jniiKisj;,,,;,,., "4f.v I'd ion, per annsn ...... J CO .1 . , . week.......... S5) TM-WMsi.t Oiow.per annate f 00 Vtrn.i Union, pr nnnra... $i 00 r;:U!tSt)AY S!0UNING, 'DEC. XI, 18C2. k J.'' i'uhKur. Nijjhiicfure last, rjuad' i-t "?. .i t . u armei, wuuia wo suppuvc are ustnrrt)islipd in the camp a well as oat i f it, for their piety and pillaging, made successful attempt to nler tbe grocery :ept by Mt. McClai in Printers' Alley, ind nearly opposite our office. They mtered by breaking in the gate, a little shove the grocery, that leads to ibe back nlrance. They bad broken in at the j jont door once before, which they knew perhaps had been since strengthened. ..umiarj experience naa laugni mem to J'tttack a Fort at the weakest point, so they i Vif furions attackin the rear. If they .-4 jf "foraging" for whiskey, they did .tiff carry their pint, bnt succeeded in 1 capturing a small amount Cf floap, to jacco, cigars, blacking;, etc., to the amount f about fifty dollars. .' i Three demo...

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. — 11 December 1862

' - For Freedom and Nationality. s. c. iriKntrn, i:itr. , To Whom it May Concern, I m directed by Major-Ocneral 1'osk tfRANfl, commanding tho military depart inent of the Cumberland, to publish the following an a gnidtac,-io all 'parties having business transactions with any officer, or agent of the Quartermaster's Department. Particular attention is so licited to all the points referred to, from all citizens, and settlers in Tennesst, or where the aimj or any of its detachments maj be found. The Ulcers of the Quartermaster's Department have special charge of the matter of Fuel, Forage, Straw, Trans portation, its repairs and maintenance and while in' the flold have under cer tain restrictions, understood by them selves, authority to provide the articles above ppecilied for the use of the troopn, and transportation in their charge. ;; Supplies pertaining to tho Quartermas ter's Department must be purchased or procured by the officers of that Depart pient, or agenttf appointed only b...

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. — 12 December 1862

IS 10 Al "f IJOBL: Ii i NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, FRIDAY, DECEMBER' 12, 1SG2. NO 209 :.!OG' "Vr'I-VvT (' ' ' ' ii t ! , .i f i' ' : -if: i- r ! pabtiso flMmnfir gbtdorj. OITY OOVCRNMENT. . JOHN nnr.H KM ITU, lfuor. WILLIAM SHANE, feeoreV. , JOHN CWJMBLEY, Marmkai, KarfcI Vf: II. Wilkinson, A. 0. Tocker, It lflr ! Mori John ChurobUy , a-0J4e, Brst ; j. L, Ryan, second ; snd John Rcddlck, tbird. ro 4awr William Driver. ' I'.Vwm CblleWorA. B. Fliankland. .' I -'.fattr Ti tWIedor E. H. omt Trmifmm R. Ileury. j;FW Jfirter Thomas Leake. .perWewleni 0 ik Wwt" J- Q. Dodd. hupwtnumdrnl ftTM Wartr r-Jaines Wyatt.. ii 0 IA Fir JparmrX-.Johu JT. Seabury. ' ww or" lA OmT-T- H- McBrldo. Ta 0rw J. L. rtewart. Up jluwiw Joho MoPhMl Smith. ' ; CITY "COUNCIL, , .... ff tl d.im Tlp1.M,.nf . T h iwman.Q. A.J.MeyBeld,IT.GScovel,Wm.S CliooU a J. 0 Bmllh, M. O. L. Claiborne, and Jas. Kobb, tWI-W.P. Jonos, President William ,ert.T. J. Yarbrmigh, Wrn. Prlver, Wm. Ftewart, r .... ' me n .1. ,i. llmiirh.W. MilUln...

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 December 1862

'.''. i. ". 't'f' . "" "i-v- (UH Inr Freedom and nationality s. c;. jnr.RCEii, rdiior. FRIDAY WORKING, DEO. 12. 1802. It it higbl important, t ll timefl, that prty f pirit, and partizm feeling, should be kept fUbordinafo to the interests of tlie country, but particularly in emergen cica like the present, when great na tion is grappling in deadly conflict with haughty, arrogant, and wicked rebel lion, that not only threaten the continu ed existence of our Government, butTeil it as interested partisans may, threaten! the quiet territorial possessions of our neighbors, and ia directly in conflict with Vjie political and moral progress of tho yiforld, involving far more spiritual and moral interests than material. And it does Bcom to os.that considerat ions of this kind re not properly esteemed by those who, for a mere party triumph, would utU-r one senlimcnt, or do one act calculated, in the least, to impair the vigor, the cred it, or efficiency of the Government; it emboldens cur enem...

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 December 1862

s ,.,T 11 MS:.- i Dau.1 L'aioK, per annum. .......... Tsi-WrrutT Ckiok, r amiaiM, ... WutK lt ri,pcr nt num.., .. 20 . U oo FK1DAY UOUNlNa,' DEC.' 12, "1SC2. . 7hat the Ecccsh Say. The iccmh grapo-vie is at work again We learn through that veracious medium that Jopefh E. Joij8tom has arrived at MurfrrftlMiro,' and on Monday last as aumod command of the army latelj un der command of Biiaqi " the little." The lectsh profess to expect great things of Johsbtok. But, thej do not think he can cope yi'iih Rosechanb without further fd; so they allege that Oens. Ewell and WxiiTiso are daily expected from Richmond with thirty thousand reinforce taenia froia the army of Gen. Lee, who does not anticipate an engagement with 'Buhksidk. Gen. Euckner. is reported at Franklin, with Gen. Cheatham at Brent wood, in striking distance from him. We give theso items for what they are worth. They are entirely from sccesh sources, and may or may not be true. We think, however, it is probably true that John ...

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 December 1862

j For Freedom and Nationality. M. C. FlicnCEU, UUr. To Whom it May Concern. t ant directed by JIjor-GerJral Eose cp.anh, commandinn the military depart ment of tho Cumberland, to publish the following As a guidance", tai all parties having business transactions with any officer, or agent of tho Quartermaster's Department. ; particular attention is so- licilcd to all the points referred to, from all citizen, aoasctilers in lemicssee, or whero iheatmy or any of its detachments may be found. J The officers of the Quartermaster's I Department havo special-charge1 of tho matter of Fuel, Forage, Straw, Trans portation, its repairs, and maintenance and while in tho field havo under cer r i ? i - a t "i tain restrictions, understood by them selves,, authority to provide the. articles above specified for tho use of tho troops, and transportation in their charge.' ; ' Supplies pertaining to the Quartermas ter's Department must ba purchased or procured by the ofileers of that Depart ment, or' ...

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 December 1862

ON. ' - 1 i ' '. . ' " '..I i . i- , VOL I. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1802. NO 210 i ' , ;i iJaHbson fcntg ginttcrg. CITY GOVERNMENT. JOHW HUGH 8MTTH, AYayor, WItXI AM P1IANE, heoordm. . ' JOIIS CHCMBLEY, MartkaL Deputy ar.nAoi W. H. Wilkinson, A, S. Tuoker, ad James A. htwle. rTfsris of Ik Market John Cbumbley ,m-offlcto,&rtl; Jot. I. Ryan, second ; and John Reddlck, third. Taa Anernnr -William Driver. jtawMM Collector A. B. ShanUlaad. Water Taa OolUotorK. B. Garrett 7Vatw R. hnry. WVr Afonier Thr.cee i.ake. ' euj)riKmdi o Worafcoiu J. Q. Dodd. Superintendent of U Water Kor-Jm- wya. , )CVV of Fir XVj.arti-iH-Jobn M. 8obury. mUm of lh Onnelmyt. H. McBrlde. fffnwt Oeerneer J u. pwwki. City Attorney John Mcl'hall Smith j ' CITY COUNCIL. Beard of Aldermen-M. M. Brlen, President ; J J NewmftDtO. A.J. MyfleM,H.O.BcoTe1,m.8 CboU I fc . ,, . . r m r n.Lmn tA taji Rnhb.. I I bam i. u Bintih, M. O. I auilxrne, and Ja. Robb ,,m,no OouwJl-. P. Jon, PreaMsnt William Rob.r...

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 December 1862

fcr Freedom and Nationality. n. v. pikrcth. Kditor. 'SATURDAY MOUNING. Dl'.C. . Ig. ' 1PC2. 'The Southern Rebellion" the Xmme- , diate Cause of Slave Insurrections -. &ad the Aholition of Slavery. , ' The Southern rebellion w9 a blow t Iho rcry organizntion of our society. , Every mm and worn an in the Southern States, who was concerned in it, became another Tetcr (lie Hermit, preaching to the escitcd a!av(B (he OTerthrow of the sys tem which held them in bondage. Every master who encouraged enlistment In the rebel army, virtually shouted to his laves, ,vevoltl revolt! I have, tnvself, set you the trample I The slaveholders who for so many years had been preaching obedience and submission to their labor ers, presented thrmRtlvcs, in the dread ful act of accession from the Federal Union, as so many wild and frenzied in cendiaries to thoso who shonldhavc seen t all times in their masters, moderate - and orderly conduct. By a system of falsehood and calumny, aa unfounded and gratui...

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 December 1862

i i a 1', 1 i 1 I 7 1 ( i i V ;3P , . T KK M8S.,,,' DiU-Y Ukio, annum ... ,...i H M wwk....... 20 "Tiu-Wrraty tNim, per nnm ..?S 00 Hint" "'wins per aruuia.. . ..;.tJ oo SATURDAY .UOliNINCJ ' DEC. 188. Paroled Prisoners. 170 Federal prisoner, of the lOCth, nd lOSth Ohio, and liilh Illinois infan Iry, nd 2d Indian cavlrj, who were iplurcd til Ilartavitle by Morgan, arriv ed Lore yesterday. We lrarn that Gen eral Kopf.cbane Im tent a sharp protest to General Drago, fur this gross violation of the terms in the cartel of exchange adopted by both parties. Some ot the troops, we are told, fought splendidly! but, alas, the result of the whole contest is not to be mentioned without shame tffvdcep mortification. I t) wnopper. a rrtl. I The rebel erape-Yine has been Tery busy for several days. One story staled W by this line is, that a Council was held it,thia place, the ether .day, by the Federal Generals, and a remonstrance against me emancipation X rodaroation, J accompanied by divers thre...

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 December 1862

gracilis tmotu For Freedom and nationality. n. c. Mjjutl.H, r.ditr. .,,. To Whom it May Concern. I am directed by Major-General IlosE Cfumt, commanding; the military depart. mentor the Cumberland, to publish the following; as a guidance to all parties having buninesa transactions with any r( (Deer, or agent of the Quartermaster's who, in addition to the fialiflcalions Department. Particular attention is so- now required by law, does not give sat licitcd to all the points referred to, from igfctorj evidence 'to the judges holding all Citizens, and settlers io Tennessee, or where theanny or any of its detachments I may be found. ' I Tim officers of the Quartermaster's Department have special charge of tho matter of Fuel, Forage, Straw, Trans portation, its repairs and maintenance and w hile in tho field have under cer tain restrictions, understood by them selves, authority to provide the articles above specified for the uso of the troops, and transportation in their charge. Supplies p...

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 December 1862

V, J. tT'TTTax X TT 7TT IT I '. I A.I - ' S JOLL NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, SUNDAY,: DECEMBER 14, 1802. NO 211 'I V B. B. COII1IOR & V.V.O., , NO. S OOLLEaa KHH OUT ,: V . ..A -, , , .... ... , ,,l . . ,...,.. tw Mock Jitat received and for ealo low to cloee out Conetsnmeiite, - I Off LOO CM. Ball, for (ate by p 9 CONNOR ft rsKO. boa fcAl.T, lor ml by CONNOR fc BRO. Colif JB.OTE, fcr wla br l CONNOR BRO. I f bl)t. Cul OIL, lor Kilo by HO connor ft i:ho. to i Utf bll. Coal OIL, for aula by I m ' Urn nun a V.V ftp If 1UIHiiUil A lii.vj. 70 dozen UlOot!d,for rUe by p s CONNOR ft nilO. r b""" ,ai' ,or bT )J P CONNOR A BRO. Kf"ibo1"" toAllCU, fur dale by IKJ ftp CONNOR ft BUO. I () obcuta TA, for tela by CONNOR ft BUO . 12 balf elicsu TEA, for ftl by CONNOR A BIU) 1 i) ciuliv Tfr.A, lor Mi by l5 p CONNOR A BUO. 10 boxe Venal POWDKK3,lor aula by ! p8 CONNOR A BRO. 2Q cr( SOliA, for lo by CONNOR A BRO. 100 groaa MATCiiU, fur ante by up 8 , ,j . ,;CoNNORABRO. O bin Str CAN DLE3. for aalo by ...

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 December 1862

" tv 1 gJnsliriUt Pinion. For Freedom and Nationality . D. WKIIC'FIt, Krfltor. BUN DAY MOHMNO, DEC. H. 1862. A A waIa tir readers will please excuse our short .niinr in tbe war of editorials this momine. inasmuch es we re 'slllicted with Tiolent cold. ,s Occupation of Frnklm. Wa learn that General Chittenden look r-ofr-esion of Franklin on Friday, with a considerable number of prisoners. An "Intelligent" Correspondent The Indianapolis Sentinel has scorres . pontlcnt in (his citj who is 'altogether worthr of that paper. In describing 0 " the defences of this place lm says; "West tif this is Fort Confiscation, eo named because the hill on which it is situated has been confiscated. By what autlifiitj I know not, but surely not by the so-called congestion actoi Longress, It niiftht be called Fort Appropriation, for the properly, belonging to a notel rebel, has bten "appropriated. Thisisnotonly wholly untie, hut it does cruel injustice to the owner of the prop erty, Dr.WM. P. Johes, the ...

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 December 1862

"Ml. 0. SaW Daiit Chios, pr annnni .. 0 TM'VTutltr l'iio,)nf annum... ......Vt 00 Wrrt.r t'moti, per annum...,'. .... t. ....la CO t WBfWWUirWWWHI'l.li Sllt,WIUiaoatMS,B www SUNDAY 'MOUSING, DEO. 14, 1882.' Beligious Notice. There will be pub-1 lie worship at Jho '.Tost Chaptl, (Socoiid I Baptist Church) on Cherry street, at 104 A. M., and C) P. M. this day All are invited to attend. Second rnEBYTEEiAM CnuBcu.--Preaching at II o'clock A 11, and at C o'clock P. M., net Sunday (to-morrow) by Eev. II. II. Kllog, from Washington, TazeweUlllinois. V Wading matter on every i'au. . f armcrs, can lor the Vountry uentlcmxn ; I Mechanics, tall for the Scientific Ameri L;an; Literary, men, call lor Atlantic iui'utiic, Willi UUUtlUilij Ski AAAllllfi Si Co., 43 ColUge Street. Eelief for "the Poor. The following seemingly ctringent or der from the Executive Office will not be considered unjust by those who are ac quainted with the Buffering and destitu tion of lhoc poor families in this county wh...

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 December 1862

JTor Freedom and Nationality. . v. nvnvvn, v.auor. Tb York Commercial Advertiser, im tiio course of an rticlo on the gross Wanders and miscalculations of tho re If U in regard to tlie intervention of for. tign powers in. their behalf, recalu some kighl Intercstiiifr reminiscences : " In 1850 flevcrly Tucker, of Virginia, ftddreBHcd the Tahvillt) Commercial Con Tention, and predicted the fearful woc8 which want of coMon would bring upon the world. Si nee then T ticker h8 Wen t petU d , Democrat, a Jerr my Diddler consul at .Liverpool, and he it now an title, living on his wits and debts in Pans, and enrvejinir the widespread ruin, w hich, undef certain conlini -nek-, vh to adlict certain States of Kurope. Ihese were Ins words in lboU: ' "Kncland ha!) a euuorahund.int ponu- latioq, and there are not less than three aniuions of laborers whose very exist ence depends on cotton. Let but, t he loom aland still for one month, and there will not ho left one atone standing on another, of the...

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 December 1862

.yuooo vitu -hrt avhwT .saiioia'J ilnVl lui'd ft (Y rimt tirim ft m.rr; hiracSfcii.: btafc br iV- ,33 Ol! 8 T 8T0f !w50 ! a. W Gov ar " ( .katt ' n A Hor, If Ai li: '.WW. a ii ii i is .o a eul "la b. b. coinioa v connitoio r:uciiAMT3, imj, . I COUMWa STREET ' ,.A to,.,) ,,) ,1,1 A 4 tm n 0.l?.c,P.,,PMt Cnl:OWcnla 200BaPY'M,fc,rt' 1 f boxi tfALT, lor sale b, -1UVJ tp 1COXNOR BROi j50do.r.D BlUJOJW.ror iJo b CONNOR BKO, tl(or ? Cv ' XDNNOir Dokiw hTARCn. for kal Lv 4- Jt chit TKA, for le by r- I -9 tXTNWOR BT.) 4-- 1 f) twill TEA, fur Ml by , t I ap .S!I0IN5C4(J. . P8 bu CONNOR BRO, .r .:)h,ir,iwirwtw.q.KJ.."i : " ftl&PDNDENQE-t. v i f : ' - V -t i f ? ,i ih w.uitlbrhfcf r 1 ' .;v;.;.? ;;;,s ;;;; - ? : wMr? nf.riupoj,.,1uo 10 tV.Jrilr" ? i l V " :-;f "Utw A4rtt:::T fant te,( tlm ;UJ bear z.'rainatioa tf -''E.lIB .r ' "i i imi w in Mi ill 1 a ' " i - i, " --w i .,r w m i .-t ' - -lit - J.rTi - T O ( oi'"aol)A,frleby ., 1 j t.Uii0 5aa qoTIcfoKi)RBR(. ' 1 1UU p CoNN0RBRQ. fcpS CONNOR...

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 December 1862

CO For Freedom and Nationality. ' t TUESDAY MORNING, PEC 1G. 1802 . A British Rebel Sympathizer. The Iionnon Quarterly Ileviero. a II f fc. Tory organ, in its October ncmber j-cK liabea a long article which teems ith hatred against the United States Govern- 3aentsnd especially against thelrce labor ; States, which are under its mild ' and gtternal sway. The Review hates ue ireo ates becue itiey are democratic tri commends the rctvl Stales becauue . ihtj are constituted on an aristocratic Biaal. ' A an illiiKlration of th liVVif in which British aristocrats view the Bnutb rn rebellion, we qnote sereral passages from this fierce trans-atlantio hater of ttamsu freedom, and popular government They are worthy of being laid aside for - "The impression produced upon the ' majority ot spectators in England has tmduubteul v been that democrote uisftlu- lVia I..M.I 1niA . ,rFhfn triorA Trt sl.tfilit '; that American proceedings would have been discussed less eagerly in England , and possibly ...

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 December 1862

1 it",.: -- DAltTtJKiM, r,in.4i.i,r, .... $8 00 v 1".. M " w.,.,w.. K T-Wnw Vpi"", per inimn. ..., Ixi 'il -Wtf t"ioN, per tunun,n.t;,'. . 00 ' W"wwuro.iijnuiuiii nwrgi'i leTWusoiaiw) TUESDAY MOUSING DKC. 1(1, 18C2 South Convention of ' Hanufao '.TW tnrcr and Free-Trade'1 Association cf tho Confederate Etatef- Argu- :lucntinrator cf Free Trade. Acoubta, G., Not, 19, 18C2. The hlnufai-turer' and Prte-Trade AnsodaUoo, pnnmant to tb call of the president, met at Masonic Hall, in An guMa, to-da. , . . ( On motion, the nam of th organiza tioa was changed to the Wanufatarera' Asaociation of the Confederate tttatea of America. The former secretary being abfwul, E. Sieadman wh appoiated aec retary and treasurer. Tho following del- Kir answered 10 uicir nann-s. W. Gregir, Graniteville, 8.0. w. urcpg, Jr.j UianiteTille, 8. C. i , J.J. Uregfr, (JrauitcYille. 8. C. v. i!.. jackaon, Augaata, ua. ! J. C. JVrourt, Troup Ftotorj-, deurgla. laaao Towel), High Shoala, Oa. 11. F. Uamraett, liaiesYille...

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 December 1862

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