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g their Southern brethren. The Rebellious feeling in East Tennessee Subsiding. The Nashville Gazette, of the 20th instant says: An intelligent and reliable gentleman residing in this city, and who has lately spent several days at Knoxville, brings us gratifying intelligence from that quarter. He informs us that while there he had an opportunity of talking with the Hon. John Nether land, W. C. Kyle, Esq., and other prominent gentlemen in the Eastern Division, who have until recenon is rapidly dying out. We copy the following from the same paper: We learn that Mr. H. W. Bridges, who was captured recently while endeavoring to reach Washington to represent his district in the Lincoln Congress, made a speech at Knoxville on Saturday night last, in which he took occasion to declare that he submitted to the decision of the majority; and that hereafter he owed his obedience to the Southern Confederacy, and if possible would raise a regiment in defence of her right