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es. A sharp controversy has arisen between the Central Presbyterian and the Southern Illustrated News on the subject of the two proposed lives of the late General Jackson. The Presbyterian, announcing that the Rev. Dr. Dabney was editing a life of Jackson, to be published for the benefit of his family, animadverted with great Jackson, to be published for the benefit of his family, animadverted with great severity upon the enterprise of Messrs. Ayres & Wade, of the Illustrated. News, of publishing one also. The News. of Saturday, replies very sharply to the Presbyterian. It declares that the scheme of Messrs. Ayres & Wade was conceived and set on foot four months before Gen. Jackson's death, with the knowledge and approval of his Gen. Jackson's death, with the knowledge and approval of his relatives and friends. This statement is in answer to the remark of the Presbyterian, that they had seen the announcement of Messrs. A. & W.'S book with surprise and grief. The News claims very justly that there is no right of property in the life of a great man, and it assumes that Jackson's fame can stand not only two, but a d