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he inhabitants security When they entered Pas-and their prepare went to the house of quotient county, the Col. Jas. C. John rifled it, plundered his liquors, and stock of actually stole and carried off the portrait of his father, Governor Johnston, of Revolutionary memory! Men of the South I such is the treatment you may all expect at the hands of these marauding scoundrels. It happens that Col. Johnston was a patriot and an ardent defender of his country. But had he been otheCol. Johnston was a patriot and an ardent defender of his country. But had he been otherwise, it would have made no difference. This is a war of plunder, and everything is plunder that comes in the way of the pirates. Lukewarmness, remissness in duty, even active partisanship with the enemy, cannot secure you. Plundered you must and will be, if you fall in their power. Let no man hope for any better fate. You have no hope but in resistance — resistance to the last — resistance to the death — and in that there is every hope. Let us all join our strength, and we shall become i<
was alone, when he suddenly came in contact with a cavalier, who said to Morgan "Halt and dismount" The reply was: "I am Captain John Morgan, and do not obey Fed eral commands. Draw your pistol, sir; we are upon an equality." The Federal replied; "We are not, sir," at the same time making a quick motion with his hand to his side, when the valiant Captain fired, and "down went a Federal meeting house" He fell dead, and turned cut to be the veritable Captain Wilson, of Buell's staff, who planted the Federal flag on the capitol at Nashville --Morgan is certainly the intrepid Marion of the war. Refuted. The members of the Tennessee Legislature have publicly declared that they have never seen, heard of, or signed a paper alluded to in Congest by Mr. Atkine--"that every member of the Tennessee Legislature had signed a petition for the removal of Gen. Johnston from the department in which that State is included, and that the document had been presented to President Davis."