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--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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