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bought to be executed. This reply of Brownlow is now published without date, and he is thus misrepresented. While I am satisfied of all-of this, yet if there were a reasonable pretext for returning this dangerous man in the Southern States after his agreement with the Secretary of War, I would urge his retention on parole 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, and if not a supporter of our Government, he will be guilty of no act openly or otherwise hostile to the Confederate States. He was in this city a few days ago, but it was not my fortune to meet him.--I shall not soon forget my last interview with T. A. R. Nelson. During the discussion of the Force Bill, enacted by the Federal Congress of last