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Tennessee (Tennessee, United States) (search for this): article 9
Tennessee. --The Winchester Bulletin, alluding to the order of Rosecrans to send all beyond his lines who refuse to take the oath of allegiance, says: Mr. Wheless is in our town, having succeeded, under cover of night, in escaping to a land of freedom. He was to have been sent North. Dr. Watson and Ex-Governor Neil S. Brown have arrived at Columbia, having refused to take the oath. About seventy-five of the most prominent citizens of Nashville are honored with a place in the penitentiary. Many other citizens are being sent North.
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Tennessee. --The Winchester Bulletin, alluding to the order of Rosecrans to send all beyond his lines who refuse to take the oath of allegiance, says: Mr. Wheless is in our town, having succeeded, under cover of night, in escaping to a land of freedom. He was to have been sent North. Dr. Watson and Ex-Governor Neil S. Brown have arrived at Columbia, having refused to take the oath. About seventy-five of the most prominent citizens of Nashville are honored with a place in the penitentiary. Many other citizens are being sent North.
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Tennessee. --The Winchester Bulletin, alluding to the order of Rosecrans to send all beyond his lines who refuse to take the oath of allegiance, says: Mr. Wheless is in our town, having succeeded, under cover of night, in escaping to a land of freedom. He was to have been sent North. Dr. Watson and Ex-Governor Neil S. Brown have arrived at Columbia, having refused to take the oath. About seventy-five of the most prominent citizens of Nashville are honored with a place in the penitentiary. Many other citizens are being sent North.
Tennessee. --The Winchester Bulletin, alluding to the order of Rosecrans to send all beyond his lines who refuse to take the oath of allegiance, says: Mr. Wheless is in our town, having succeeded, under cover of night, in escaping to a land of freedom. He was to have been sent North. Dr. Watson and Ex-Governor Neil S. Brown have arrived at Columbia, having refused to take the oath. About seventy-five of the most prominent citizens of Nashville are honored with a place in the penitentiary. Many other citizens are being sent North.
alluding to the order of Rosecrans to send all beyond his lines who refuse to take the oath of allegiance, says: Mr. Wheless is in our town, having succeeded, under cover of night, in escaping to a land of freedom. He was to have been sent North. Dr. Watson and Ex-Governor Neil S. Brown have arrived at Columbia, having refused to take the oath. About seventy-five of the most prominent citizens of Nashville are honored with a place in the penitentiary. Many other citizens are being order of Rosecrans to send all beyond his lines who refuse to take the oath of allegiance, says: Mr. Wheless is in our town, having succeeded, under cover of night, in escaping to a land of freedom. He was to have been sent North. Dr. Watson and Ex-Governor Neil S. Brown have arrived at Columbia, having refused to take the oath. About seventy-five of the most prominent citizens of Nashville are honored with a place in the penitentiary. Many other citizens are being sent North.
Tennessee. --The Winchester Bulletin, alluding to the order of Rosecrans to send all beyond his lines who refuse to take the oath of allegiance, says: Mr. Wheless is in our town, having succeeded, under cover of night, in escaping to a land of freedom. He was to have been sent North. Dr. Watson and Ex-Governor Neil S. Brown have arrived at Columbia, having refused to take the oath. About seventy-five of the most prominent citizens of Nashville are honored with a place in the penitentiary. Many other citizens are being sent North.