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proposed to him elicited replies which proved him to be a confirmed rebel, and they demanded bonds to the amount of $10,000, which he refused to give, he said Gen. Mitchell had ordered him up there to take the oath, and he was going to take it, or report to Gen. Mitchell that they refused to administer it. They insisted that he waGen. Mitchell that they refused to administer it. They insisted that he was not a fit subject to take the oath without bonds; and rebel said he didn't care a d — n; that Mitchell ordered him to take it, and he was going to obey orders. One of the officials, (who knew him well) offered to become his security; but he declined most positively. Finally he was permitted to take the oath without bond, and heMitchell ordered him to take it, and he was going to obey orders. One of the officials, (who knew him well) offered to become his security; but he declined most positively. Finally he was permitted to take the oath without bond, and he went his way. Many other equally ridiculous scenes took place; but the above must suffice as a sample. The following named citizens of Nashville were sent North on the 15th May, to be turned adrift north of the Ohio river, and to remain there during the war: W. H. Erwin, Bruce Backner, C. W. Horton, Jas. A. McClure, Dr. Dan