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ntiments. He has a son in the rebel army. An ancodo's is told of him. Upon a regimental muster of the military he harangued his soldiers and urged them to leave their homes and friends and fight for their country. At the close of his remark an enthusiast shouted. "Lead on, Colonel; we'll follow you!." This display of zeal, coupled with the desire to see him participation plused him, and he backed out." Another important arrest is that of Williams Giles Harding, an old citizen of Davidson county, who owns the most beautiful residence and plantation in the State, about six miles from Nashville. His park covers an area of a hundred acres, in which are hoards of deer, buffalo, goats, &c., also a large numbers of noisiest cattle, sheep, &c. He is noted for his hospitality, and was the person who entertained Charle. Sumue, some years ago. At the, incipiency of the rebellion in Tennessee he offered all his estate and his services to Governor Harris. He was a member of the Militar