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Tennessee and Kentucky. The people of Nashville recently held a meeting for the purpose of giving a public expression of sentiment in reference to the neutrality of Kentucky. Hon. Andrew Ewing, chairman of the Committee on Resolutions, reported the following: The people of Tennessee, deeply impressed with the suffering and distress likely to arise from a hostile collision between their forces and those of Kentucky, earnestly desire in this hour of calmness to express their strong conviction that such a struggle should be avoided. Born from the same ancestry, entering the Federal Union at the same time, fighting side by side against the Indians, the British and the Mexicans, generally concurring in our Federal policy, and united geographically and socially by the closest connections and tier, it will be a deplorable result for us to sever our association by war and bloodshed.--We firmly believe that no reasonable ground exists for the production of such a calamity. Te
work upon the uniform and dress of the army can be had of Col. Duncan. Who can be found in the office of Col. Deas, Assistant Adjutant General, Court-House Building. The following papers will please copy the advertisement to the amount of $5, and charge this office: Louisiana--Picayune, New Orleans; Delta, do; Cresceant, do. Alabama--Mall, Montgomery; Evening News, Mobile; Democrat, Huntsville. Tennessee--Register, Knoxville; Avalanche, Memphis; Union and American, and Banner, Nashville Mississippi--Courier, Natchez; Whig, Vicksburg; Mississippian, Jackson. Georgia--Republican, Savannah; Chronicle, Augusta; Confederacy, Atlanta; Telegraph, Macon South Carolina--Courier, Charleston; Mercury, do; South Carolina Guardian, Columbia. North Carolina--State Journal, Raleigh; Journal, Wilmington. Florida--Observer, Pensacola. Arkansas--True Democrat, Little Rock; Shield, Helena. Virginia--Virginian, Lynchburg; Republican, do.; Express, Petersburg; Day Book, Nor
Seizure of Boston, Aug. 31 --Fifty thousand squads of tobacco was seized here to-day by the U. S. Marshal, the alleged property of James Thomas of Richmond, Va., It reached here via Nashville and Louisville.