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is dwelling was strictly examined, even to thrusting of swords into suspicious nooks and corners. Mr. Celuded them, however, and is now in the city. Developments of "loyalty." The following is from the Baltimore News Sheet, of the 3d inst.: The Mayor, the Board of Aldermen, and the City Council of Nashville, have refused to take the oath of allegiance to the Constitution and Government of the United States. The form of the oath was sent to them by order of the new Provisional Governor Johnson, and they were required to take and subscribe to it on or before the Friday following. The result of their deliberations was that the proposition was unprecedented and unconstitutional, and that an address should be drawn up declaratory of their purpose not to take the oath — which was done. The women of Nashville still continue to behave very naughtily. They have devised all manner of ingenious insults, greatly to the annoyance of the Federal officers, who cannot walk the
d the Racer, occasioning quite a cannonade. From Island no.10. The following dispatch has been received from Flag Officer Foots: United States Flag Steamer Benton,Off Island No. 10, April 2. Hon Gideon Welles, Secretary of the Navy: Last night and armed boat expedition was fitted out from the squadron and the land forces at this point, under the command of Col. Roberts, of the 4th Illinois regiment. The five boats comprising the expedition were in charge of First Master J. V. Johnson, of the St. Louis, assisted by Fourth Master G. P. Loro, of the Benton, Fourth Master Pierce, of the Cincinnati, Fourth Master Morgan, of the Pitsburg, and Master's Mate Scarville, of the Mound City, each with a boat's crew of ten men from their respective vessels, carrying in all one hundred men, exclusive of officers, under the command of Col. Roberts. At midnight the boats reached the upper, or No. 10 fort, and padding correctly on its face, carried, receiving only the harm