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Letter from Sherman's army — the Usual Situation Lies — how Gen Polk's death was discovered The New York Herald, contains a long letter from Sherman's armySherman's army, dated June 16th, in which all his repulses are ingeniously covered up under the name of "reconnaissances" The easy satisfied tone of the writer will hardly deceivephical The unchecked progress and invariably successful reconnaissances of Sherman's army have at last almost brought us one of the mountainous region of Georgial insure the of the entire range, and will probably of the next action. Sherman in sight of Marietta. A surgeon who called on General Sherman last night iGeneral Sherman last night informs me that the General remarked that he had "counted the houses of Marietta" that afternoon, from an elevation in the vicinity of Pine Mountain. This indicateseek, a few miles north of Chattanooga. Out of the new territory occupied by Gen. Sherman another district, known as the "District of the Etowah," has been created, a
the Federal lines, and thus far it has been found impossible to silence it. From Georgia. In Georgia the Confederate cavalry are seriously interrupting Gen Sherman's communications. On the 18th inst, Gen Wharton, at the head of 2,500 men, captured and destroyed, on the railroad between Kingston and Dalton, five freight trains loaded with supplies for Sherman's army. Two days later two other freight trains, also loaded with supplies, were captured by the Confederates near Resaca. We have nothing to report from Sherman. Our last intelligence, it will be remembered, was that Hooker's corps captured the strong position occupied by the ConfederatSherman. Our last intelligence, it will be remembered, was that Hooker's corps captured the strong position occupied by the Confederates on Lost Mountain, but was subsequently compelled to abandon it. From Arenas. A telegram from St. Louis states that all the military posts between Cape Girardeau and Little Rock have been abandoned, and that the Confederates have regained all but a small portion of Arkansas. Lincoln's Foreign policy. In the Yank