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The Daily Dispatch: July 30, 1864., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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Lewis, slave of W. Hudgins, charged with being drunk and disorderly in the street, was ordered to be whipped. The accused is attached to the army in the capacity of servant to his master, and when sentenced to be whipped made a pathetic appeal to be expensed for his conduct on the ground that he had just been paid off and felt a little exuberant over the prospect of visiting his family, who resided a short distance from the city. The Recorder, however, insisted upon his decision, and ordered Lewis to take his seat in the prisoners' box. The following cases were disposed of by the Mayor at the cage, who ordered the parties to be whipped: Thomas, slave of the Confederate States, charged with stealing bacon and resisting the watch when arrested; Anderson Johnson, free negro, arrested with two bottles of whiskey in his possession, supposed to have been stolen; Randolph, slave of Howard Smith, disorderly in the street; and Robert, slave of Robert Lumpkin, for going at large.
From Georgia. Macon, July 28 --Latest advices from Atlanta by train and telegraph are to yesterday evening. We learn by the train which left at night-fall that the enemy attacked our left, extending from the city towards the Chattahoochee, yesterday, and were repulsed and driven about a mile. Late last evening orders were received by telegraph to send cars and bring the wounded to the rear. A telegram from a high officer to General Johnson, dated Atlanta, yesterday, has been received here, stating that fighting is now going on, and we have driven them. Details not known. Gens. Stewart, Walthall and Loring are reported wounded. Private telegrams from Griffin report Gen. Wheeler also wounded. A cavalry force the enemy, strength unknown, struck the Macon and Western Railroad below Jonesboro', this morning, and are reported to be tearing up the road in this direction. Another cavalry force of the enemy is to day reported near Clinton, advancing toward this p