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st Tennessee Senatorial districts, declined to take the oath to support the Provisional Constitution of the Confederate States, on the ground, if we correctly understood him, that there was no law authorizing the administration of such an oath.--This gave rise to some discussion, and seemed at one time likely to delay the organization of that body. The subject was finally passed over, for the time being, the Senator qualifying in the usual mode. Smuggling whiskey in the Camp. "Personne," the intelligent and spicy correspondent of the Charleston Courier, writing from Fairfax, Oct. 11, communicates the following, which is a pretty fair specimen of the expedients which are resorted to for obtaining that favorite contraband of an army, whiskey: Speaking of Bourbon, it is positively distressing to one with a sympathizing nature, to see the straits to which the soldiers are occasionally reduced by the want of their accustomed stimuli. Liquor of any kind is a rarity, and