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The Daily Dispatch: September 15, 1864., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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Affairs in Georgia. The latest Georgia papers give us some additional accounts of interest from that quarter. A letter from Lovejoy's station, dated the 9th, to the Griffin Rebel, speaking of the ten days truce, says: --Two well-known citizens of Atlanta, Mr. J. R, Crews, railroad ticket agent, and Mr. James Ball, arrived at headquarters to-day from that city, under flag-of-truce, bearing messages from Sherman.--They brought letters from General Sherman and Mayor Calhoun, of Atlanta, in relation to Southern citizens remaining in Atlanta after the evacuation of that city by our army. General Sherman's letter notifies General Hood that every white citizen must remove from that city within the space of two weeks, and proposes an armistice of ten days for the transportation across the lines of such as may elect to come South. An order has been issued from the Federal headquarters in Atlanta directing the removal of all citizens either to some point north of the Tennesse