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, at Nashville, From the beginning of this man's reign at Gallatin, his cruelty and barbarity to men, women and children haspe: There was a lady of respectability, who lived in Gallatin, who had a little daughter to die. Her house had been tak take it and bury it. She was forced to have it buried at Gallatin, and was refused the privilege of attending her little daalf a mile distant. A gentleman who lost his wife in Gallatin was refused the privilege of attending her burial, not a within the lines-of the post. There are many persons in Gallatin who can testify to these facts. The property of the pnd kitchen furniture. During General Paine's stay at Gallatin it was not unfrequently the case that a squad of soldiersr prisoners carried off were strangers to the citizens of Gallatin; but should an investigation be had, the fate of those me father and mother were both dead, was arrested, taken to Gallatin and confined in jail for some weeks. He was then taken o