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Letter from Knoxville. the home of Brounlow — the journey from Virginia to this place — the fate of bridge Burners — illness of Parson Brownlow — incidents of the Journcy. [special Dispatch to the Richmond Dispatch.] Knoxville, Tenn., Jan. 7, 1862. Being ensconsed for the night, in "No. 7" of the Lamar House, having been born on the "7th" of the month, and it being the "7th" day of the new year, I cannot resist the temptation to write you from the home of Brownlow, althou
sharpest sort of a stick!
The place where I am penning this letter is known the world over as the home of Parson Brownlow, and his hitheric inseparable adjunct, "the Knoxville Whig. " But Brownlow has fallen into the sear and yellow leaf.
Knoxville is at once the scene of his glory and his degradation.
There is no one so poor as to do him reverence now. The yials of wrath which he has persistently poured on the heads of others through years of licentions journalism are now commended to