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t that Beauregard is successful.--Seigel would hesitate to continue his progress, should his so-adjustor be defeated, unless he can clear the river. Parson Brownlow in Nashville. On the arrival of Parson Brownlow in Nashville he delivered the following speech, filled with characteristic blackguardism, in front of the St.Brownlow in Nashville he delivered the following speech, filled with characteristic blackguardism, in front of the St. Cloud Hotel: Gentlemen — I am in a sad plight to say much of interest; too thoroughly incapacitated to do justice to you or myself. My throat has been disordered for the past three years and I have been compelled to almost abandon public speaking Last December I was thrust into an uncomfortable and disagreeable jail.--for w. Becoming convalescent, in a measure. I was removed to my former place of confinement. One day I was visited by some Confederate officers, who remarked, "Brownlow, you should not be here. Take the oath of allegiance to the Confederate Government, which will not only insure you to a speedy release, but insure your protecti