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rely punished. Each brigade commander will have a strong rear guard on every march, and will order the arrest of all stragglers. The danger of straggling on this march should be impressed upon the mind of every officer and man of the command. Not only the reputation of the corps, but the personal safety of every man will be dependent, in a great measure, upon the rigid enforcement of discipline and the care taken of the rations and ammunition. By command of Major-General Slocum. H. W. Perkins, Assistant Adjutant-General. The Washington Republican of Wednesday has the following: We are permitted to announce that the Richmond papers of yesterday morning (Tuesday, November 22,) contain dispatches from Macon that on Sunday last General Sherman was within eighteen miles of that place, marching upon the city. It is believed in high military quarters that before this time Macon has fallen. Information considered reliable has been received that the city was only garriso