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The Daily Dispatch: June 3, 1862., [Electronic resource], Affairs in Nashville, as described by a Yankee correspondent. (search)
asures are demanded to this end, and the authorities at Washington cannot act too vigorously and too promptly in facilitating the operations of Governor Johnson to root out these marauding bands. Eastern Tennessee is Union in sentiment, and is only held down by the military power of Jeff. Davis. The people there are continually appealing to the Federal Government for assistance. It is to be earnestly hoped that it will not be long delayed. Preparations are being made for holding Union meetings in Lebanon, Murfreesboro, Columbia, and other places. That for Columbia is already advertised (lune 8). In some places the meeting will have to be held at the point of the bayonet, until those who oppose the Government are made to understand that it is merciful and magnanimous, and not at all abolition. The hardest fight the Union men here in Tennessee have is to defend themselves against the infernal machines sent down South in the shape of abolition speeches and action in Congress.