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ore for the Southern cause by his thorough discussion of the slavery question than any man in Tennessee. On this question he differed toto coclo from Maynarp and Johnson, both of whom have been abolitionists for ten years past. I botted from the Democracy when It became my partizan duty to support Johnson when he was first made GJohnson when he was first made Governor of Tennessee.--Brownlow is also one of the few Southern preachers who, in the hot bed of Abolitionism has promulgated sound Southern sentiments. His discussions with the redoubtable Dr. Prynne, In Philadelphia, attracted very general attention at the time, and every East Tennesseean who read "Brownlow's whig" became a convarole or otherwise in the Southern Confederacy. He has more indomitable pluck, more of fireless energy, more daring, and more friends in East Tennessee than both Johnson and Maynard. Nelson is the greatest man in East Tennessee. He is the greatest and one of the best. His word, is his bond. He has promised to be silent, an