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ender of the city to the Yankees Our Mayor of Savannah is one of the right stamp; though I have not learnt that he designed any such extension of his prerogative. I have understood that the expressed his determination to fight the fire which General Walker had said he would apply to the city in a similar emergency — to fight it with water. The question has been discussed seriously here to fire the city in preference to leaving it an asylum to the legions of blood thirsty vagabonds that Linantage, then could result from the destruction of the city? None whatever, and the citizens of Savannah will be the first to defend their homes from wanton, ruthless destruction, from whatsoever source it may come. This has been ascribed to General Walker frequently, but I am not aware that the General ever expressed any such opinion. The discussion in Congress relative to the removal of Sidney Johnson from the command in Tennessee, does not find favor here, thought the President may succ