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Brownlow in Cincinnati. Parson Brownlow, of Tennessee, who was permitted by our. Government to leave the Confederacy, turned up in Cincinnati a few days age, and was extensively Honized by the Porkopolites. Being invited to visit the MerchantsBrownlow, of Tennessee, who was permitted by our. Government to leave the Confederacy, turned up in Cincinnati a few days age, and was extensively Honized by the Porkopolites. Being invited to visit the Merchants' Exchange, the perjure old blackguard availed himself of the opportunity to guard availed himself of the opportunity to side out his venom against the land of his birth, in an address to the members. Werppend a few extracts. Speaking of his experieneral commanding at Knoxville came to see me one day. The prisoners all failed around to hear what was said. He said: "Brownlow, you ought not to be here. " "I think to too," said I. "Now,"says he, "come along with me and we will make it all righ over the hill, but I saw them go out with the black poplar coffices, and the soldiers would turn round, and pointing to Brownlow, would say, "You will swing next." My reply was, "I am ready to be hung, and all I want is one hour under the gallows, t