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gun and sporting rifle which they have, to be immediately shipped to the Arsenal at Nashville, Knoxville, or Memphis, where the same will be valued by a competent ordnance officer, and the value paide the soil of Tennessee. Respectfully, Isham G. Harris. Prospects in East Tennessee--Knoxville under martial law — excitement in Chattanooga. The Memphis Avalanche, of the 14th inst., ge, in reference to affairs in that section: It is reported that Parson Brownlow had left Knoxville with thirteen guns, and was a sympathizer in the Union movement in that quarter. The town of Knoxville is under martial law. On the night of the insurrection — last Friday--It is said that signal rockets were fired all over the mountains, and about the same time an effort was made to burn alns bridge, and who afterwards attempted to murder the watchman, have been arrested, brought to Knoxville, and identified by that gentleman. The Union men at and around Chattanooga have threaten