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If anything were needed to emphasize and make of living interest, the matter of this pamphlet, it is fully supplied in the fact that, since the body of the pamphlet was printed and just in time for the insertion, of this note, five more persons have been indicted in Tennessee, and are now being conducted through the same “process of law” as in the case here discussed.DPL 121.1