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It is related by a Yankee scribe, that General Sherman, being inquired of whether some Confederate clergyman might be permitted to pray for Jefferson Davis, rneed praying for." We have nothing to say of the wit of the observation. Sherman's profession is that of arms, and he is not expected to be equally bright with and respectful to his superiors. When has the Devil ever injured or forsaken Sherman, that he should mention him in the same connection with Jeff. Davis? nay, spean a serpent's tooth it is to have a thankless child!" Possibly, however, Sherman meant no discourtesy to his official superior. It may be that he does not beld sacrifice Confederate armies to death and captivity. We differ from General Sherman in one thing. We never heard before that it did any good to pray for the n. We would much better pray for such saints in the flesh as Lincoln, Seward, Sherman, Turchen, Butler, Hunter, etc., who, though the salt of the earth, have their
Savannah. From them the Chronicle gathers the annexed news: Sherman has taken no slaves from their masters. Those who wish to leave dd work, cutting wood or digging upon the fortifications. General Sherman continues his moderate treatment towards the inhabitants. They difficult to do under the most favorable circumstances. General Sherman has told several of the prominent citizens of Savannah that heis intention to advance further into the State." One corps of Sherman's army has been sent to Hilton Head in transports.--Large bodies ois intended; and, if successful, from thence to Columbia. General Sherman regrets being obliged to advance into Carolina, as he fears thhe horrors to be endured by the gallant State of South Carolina if Sherman marches through her territory.--Dis.] The negro women and chion of the city about a hundred yards apart. Only one corps of Sherman's army is quartered in the city. The balance are on the outskirts
d in transports and field hospitals. From Sherman. Fortress Monroe, Tuesday, January 17--10 Py have been made, and will be enforced by General Sherman. Edwin M. Stanton, Secretary of War the citizens to the Mayor, and by him to General Sherman. To be sure there is a large quantity ofommand at Knoxville. Reinforcements for Sherman. The papers contain the following telegra. Chester, Anderson, and other members of General Sherman's staff, leave here to-morrow for Savanna. They show that he desired to accompany General Sherman to Atlanta, and thought another officer tart thereof was due to the suggestions of General Sherman and orders from General Grant, and some pmber 15th) when the news got to New York that Sherman's scout had reached Dahlgren's fleet with theNew York times, January 17.] Now that General Sherman is so near to Charleston, it will be seen, and will doubtless be greatly rejoiced when Sherman, whom they so much admire, pays them a visit [6 more...]
en continued in seven different rebel prisons. Mr. Davis was taken while with Sherman's army, near Resaca, Georgia, May 18, 1863. From North Carolina. It i, on the same subject, and asked him to inaugurate a subscription to present Mrs. Sherman with a furnished house in the city of Cincinnati. General Sherman is eminentGeneral Sherman is eminently entitled to this mark of consideration, and I directed my father to head the subscription with five hundred dollars for me and half that amount from General Ingal of this army, who is equally alive with myself to the eminent services of General Sherman. Whatever direction this enterprise in favor of General Sherman may tGeneral Sherman may take, you may set me down for the amount named. I cannot say a word too highly in praise of General Sherman's services from the beginning of the rebellion to the preGeneral Sherman's services from the beginning of the rebellion to the present day, and will therefore abstain from flattery of him. Suffice it to say, the world's history gives no record of his superiors, and but few equals. I am tru