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Personal. --The Nasvvill (Tenn.) Republican and Banner, of the 5th inst., announces the permanent connexion of Mr. Henry Watterson with the editorial department of that paper. Mr. W. has already gained an enviable reputation as a political writer. He has also been quite favorably known as a magazinist and critic. As one of the editors of the States, of Washington, D. C., he was the author of the able Southern articles which esused the suppression of that paper by the Lincoln despotism.
rear. However this may be, one thing is certain, and that is, that should this be their programme, they will find it a hard road to travel before they get to the end of it. Gen. Leslin Comes. There is no spectacle more sickening than that of a man once honored and respected and loved, turned, by his own treason, into an object of just scorn and hatred. Such a spectacle is exhibited in the person of Leslie Combs. We copy the following extract from the Nashville Republican, of the 5th inst.: He was the friend of Clay, and the idol of a large, enthusiastic and gallant people. He combined an apparent frankness and courage with a pleasing and popular address, which never failed to draw forth the deepest feelings of sympathy and affection. Suddenly he shattered all the confidence and scattered all the friendship, which he had so long commanded. This revolution has seemed to change his whole nature. He has lied over and over again, out of whole cloth; he has duped and