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The Lincoln rule in Nashville.

--Charles Realy, who formerly represented the Fifth District of Tennessee in the United State Congress; Joseph C. Rye, cashier of the Branch Bank of Tennessee at Columbia; Major William Ledbetter and D. D. Wandel, of Murfreesboro', have been arrested for treason, and are now confined at Nashville,

Andy Johnson, the ‘"Military Governor,"’ has informed the directors of the State Bank at Nashville, who gave up the assets of the institution to the Confederate leaders, that they must make a return of every cent of the amount which belonged to the State. The directors are wealthy, and have large interests in and around Nashville.

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