Important from Tennessee--Surrender of Nashville Demanded — the city to be shelled and burned in case of Refusal.
Chattanooga, Oct. 31.
--It is stated by several gentlemen, who left Murfreesboro
' on the 29th, that Breckinridge
had given Gen. Negley
two days in which to remove the women and children from Nashville
At the expiration of this period, Nashville
is to be surrendered or shelled and burned.
General John Morgan
is said to be on the North
on the South
is at Lavergne
has about thirty pieces of artillery.
have about sixty pieces of artillery.
Several ladies have left Nashville
did not even inspect their baggage.
Permits to leave were readily granted by the Abolition authorities.
[The above dispatch we give for what it is worth, the news from that section having been too unreliable heretofore for us to endorse it.]