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of the State. They will never lay down their arms until Missouri is rid of her oppressors. The release of Parson Brownlow a blunder. The Knoxville Register, of the 1st inst., expresses the opinion that Brownlow's release was a great blundeBrownlow's release was a great blunder, and gives the following reasons: In brief, Brownlow has preached at every church and school-house, made stump speeches at every cross-road, and knows every man, woman and child, and their fathers and grandfathers before them, in East TennesseBrownlow has preached at every church and school-house, made stump speeches at every cross-road, and knows every man, woman and child, and their fathers and grandfathers before them, in East Tennessee; As a Methodist circuit preacher, a political stump speaker, a temperance orator, and the editor of a newspaper, he has been equally successful in our division of the State. Let him but once reach the confines of Kentucky, with his knowledge o fanatical alacrity of those who followed Peter the Hermit in the First Crusade. We repeat, again, let us not underrate Brownlow. The late Major Butler's horse. The New Orleans Picayune says: Our readers doubtless remember the beautifu