out for me about St. Mark's, Florida, or Savannah, Georgia.
This was the first mention in the corr, sending one half to Mobile and the other to Savannah.
You could then move as proposed in your telary to my further progress into Georgia.
But Savannah, he said, once in our possession, and the rivter you get Wilmington, you should strike for Savannah and its river; that General Canby should holdington is sealed to commerce, and the city of Savannah is in our possession.
Again, in the same letmiles in the rear, and take Appalachicola and Savannah, a thousand miles away, in front, show the abhether, under such circumstances, Augusta and Savannah would not be a better line than Selma, Montgomery, and Mobile.
I think Savannah might be taken by surprise with one corps from here, and such ot to send a force from here to act with you on Savannah.
Your movements therefore will be independennt first proposed that Sherman should move to Savannah whenever Canby was ready to meet him; but—and
n South Carolina, III., 175; movements around Savannah, 296; relieved from command, 379.
Foster, mand at Macon, III., 287; at Augusta, 288; at Savannah, 305; evacuates Savannah, 306; abandons ColumSavannah, 306; abandons Columbia, 422; defeat and retreat from Averysboro, 448.
Harrison, Fort, captured by Ord, III., 71.
288, 289, 295; in Sherman's campaign north of Savannah, 373; at battle of Bentonsville, III., 430, 4
St. Mary's church, battle o, II., 397.
Savannah, investment of, III., 263; evacuation of 306. 173, 174; march to the sea, 282-300; invests Savannah, 295, 305; carries Fort McAllister, 296; thir's congratulations to, 301-304; evacuation of Savannah, 306; proposal of a lieutenant-generalcy for, 362; operations northward from Savannah, 373; at Columbia, Cheraw, and Fayetteville, 410-425; at Wi wing in march to sea, III., 283; in front of Savannah, 295; in campaign north of Savannah, 373; at Savannah, 373; at battle of Averysboro, 428; at battle of Bentonsville, 430.
Smith, General A. J., in Red river cam