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lly, if at all, affect the regular daily progress of Sherman's main forces.
If General Sherman purposed crossing the Savannah River, and thus reaching the sea-coast of South Carolina, he abandoned such intention after the defeat of Hatch's forces at Honey Hill.
Sherman's army continued to move down the Savannah River on the Georgia side.
About fifteen thousand Confederate troops from.
the Carolinas had reached Savannah, and General Hardee sent large detachments out on the Georgia Central Rhe line occupied by my command — about two thousand men — was about three miles above the city, and extended from the Savannah River to the Ogeechee Canal.
This line was nearly two and a half miles in length.
Batteries had been constructed at the C capture of Fort McAllister, on the Altamaha River, effected a permanent lodgment on Hutchinson's Island, crossed the Savannah River, and established works on the South Carolina shore, almost within range of our only line of retreat.
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