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William G. Brownlow. Since the inauguration of the present struggle for Southern independence, Brownlow has been one of the most conspicuous character's of all the traitors who have taken sides against the South. A Southerner by birth and residence, he has shown himself unworthy of the soil which has nurtured him, and side by side with that of Benedict Arnold will his name go down to posterity. A Washington correspondent of the New York Times says that there is a general desire on the part of Unionists in Washington, that President Lincoln shall appoint William G. Brownlow a Brigadier General to lead a portion of their army into Knoxville. Butler as Major General, and Brownlow as Brigadier! What names to adorn the page of American history! How resplendent will they appear alongside such illustrious charters as McClellan, Burnside, and Halleck!