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The Daily Dispatch: December 31, 1861., [Electronic resource], Letter from W. G. Brownlow — his Treatment. (search)
e of the 17th inst. you say:"We learn that W. G. Brownlow, imprisoned at Knoxville, refuses to eat aownlow. A Sequel to the above — trial of Brownlow — his release — letter from the Secretary of er, of Saturday, says that the case of Parson Brownlow, arrested for the publication of incendiary a9th inst. have been received. In relation to Brownlow's case, the facts are simply these: Brownlow do so and to protect him in his exit. If Brownlow had been in our hands, we might not have accethat is, color is given to the suspicion that Brownlow has been entrapped, and has given himself up . General Crittenden gave his word only that Brownlow should not be tried by the court martial, andter, the Attorney remarked that the arrest of Brownlow had been made after consultation with the mil similar articles which had been published in Brownlow's paper: "Let the railroads on which Un a conclusion. For himself, he believed that Brownlow could have been arrested, but as a different [14 more...