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ing but summary vengeance will repress the Lincoln incendiaries of East Tennessee.--They are possessed with the demon spirit, and controlled by the evil counsels of those arch traitors, Johnson and Maynard. From the Knoxville Register, of the 7th inst., we take the following: Wm. G. Brownlow was arrested yesterday upon a charge of treason on a warrant ordered by the C. S. Commissioner, and drawn up by the District Attorney. He was committed to jail. His trial will come up in due core fully informed upon the whole subject, and we hope, if necessary, the extremest measures will be resorted to in order to suppress all treason and secure to the people immunities from civil war in their midst. The Knoxville Register of the 7th instant, says: Forty-eight tories were sent off yesterday morning to Tuscaloosa, Ala., to be held there till the end of the war. These are part of the disaffected East Tennesseeans, who have been arrested in the last few weeks by the militar
Latest from the South. Charleston, Dec. 9. --The Courier, of this morning says that the British war steamer Racer, arrived on Friday afternoon and left for Port Royal. Among the blockaders yesterday was the Swedish barque Minerva, bound to Charleston, and ignorant of the blockade. Thirteen cotton houses have been burnt by their owners on Port Royal Island; one on Paris, and one on St. Helena Island, since the Federal invasion. A letter from Hardeeville, dated the 7th instant, says that active preparations of defence are progressing. A detachment of Beaufort Artillery have visited Beaufort and burnt 450 bales of Sea Island cotton. A detachment of Col. Martin's Mounted Regiment ambuscaded while going into Beaufort. Lieutenant Bumwell wounded in arm.