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The Daily Dispatch: July 29, 1864., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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The Daily Dispatch: February 12, 1864., [Electronic resource], Expulsion of citizens from "Subjugated" towns. (search)
ental reservation or evasion, that I will bear true allegiance to the Constitution of the United States of America, and obey all laws in pursuance thereof; that I will not aid or countenance the so-called Confederate States in their rebellion against the same, and that I will not give any aid or information to any person claiming authority under or bearing arms in support of the so styled Confederate States. So help me God." Forty-eight hours were given for deliberation, during which Gen Logan, the superior at that time in command, was looked for, and the privilege or an interview was granted, if desired. Three of the parties waited on the General, which resulted in neither more nor less than a complimentary demonstration, interlarded with delicate phrases, unsuited to ears polite; indicating the superiority of the Northman-vulgarly called Yank — and the inevitable subjugation of the South, with the personal determination of cutting the throats on sight of such representati
cPherson's defeat and death: The Government has received dispatches from General Sherman, announcing that on Friday the Rebels, under Gen Hood, massed a heavy force against his left wing, consisting of McPherson's grand division, composed of Logan's and Blair's corps, and made a desperate attack, gaining a temporary advantage. The enemy did terrific fighting, in which a number of charges were made on both sides, but were repulsed with much slaughter and driven into their fortifications. separated from his staff, and was killed by sharpshooters firing from an ambuscade. The loss of Gen McPherson is deeply deplored by the Government, and will fill the hearts of all loyalists with sadness and gloom. After Gen McPherson's death Gen Logan assumed command of his grand division. A later dispatch states that our forces had obtained possession of the elevated ground on the northeast of the town, and that siege guns had been mounted, which command the place; also, that the rebels we