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Brownlow and his paper. --We published in the Dispatch yesterday the announcement of the suspension of Brownlow's Whig. The following has since come under our observation: "This issue of the Whig must necessarily be the last for some time to come — I am unable to say how long. The Confederate authorities have determiBrownlow's Whig. The following has since come under our observation: "This issue of the Whig must necessarily be the last for some time to come — I am unable to say how long. The Confederate authorities have determined upon my arrest, and I am to be indicted before the Grand Jury of the Confederate Court, which commenced its session in Nashville on Monday last." He says he could go free by taking the oath of allegiance, or by giving bond for his good behavior. But he vows that he will do neither. He says: "In default of bothat the end of a rope, before I will make any humiliating concessions to any power on earth !" The reasons for this anticipated procedure against himself, Brownlow explains thus: "I have committed grave, and, I really fear, unpardonable offences. I have refused to make war upon the Government of the United States; I