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Horace Maynard, Brownlow, Triggs, and a score of other East Tennesseee, held a private conference at the Burnet house, in Cincinnati, a short time since. Their proceedings were secret. The citizens of Fayetteville, N. C., have subscribed more than $42,000 to purchase provisions for the families of poor soldiers. This amount was contributed by some fifty individuals, ranging from $2,000 down to $300. Three Rhode Island Quaker conscripts, who refused to "fight, pay, or emigrate," have been sent to Fort Columbus, New York harbor, to be tried by court-martial as deserters. The city of Charleston, S. C., has sent $5,000 (contributed by the soldiers after the great fire in that city) to be expended for the wounded of Bragg's army. Lt. Gen. Pemberton is in Charleston, S. C.