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The Daily Dispatch: October 21, 1864., [Electronic resource], One hundred and Fifty dollars reward. (search)
t, the 18th instant. The following is a summary of their contents: The situation in Georgia--Yankee view of Hood's Movements — Sherman Starts in pursuit of him. The Yankees claim to have again opened communication with Sherman, and are putting out rose- colored reports about his pursuing Hood, the good condition of his supplies, &c., to calm the people.--Stanton's official dispatch, sent off from Washington on Monday night, says: Advices from General Sherman to the evening of October 16 indicate that Hood, after having struck the railroad in the neighborhood of Dalton and Resaca, has fallen back before Sherman without fighting, abandoning his great movement upon our line of communications. He has torn up some fifteen miles of the road from Resaca north, but the injury will be repaired without difficulty. The interruption will cause no inconvenience to Sherman's army, as his stores of supplies south of the break, as well as north of it, are ample. Hood has retreated tow
We have received copies of New York papers of Wednesday, the 19th instant: Latest from Georgia--Hood represented as retreating before Sherman — the Situation. The Yankees are again in communication with Sherman, and claim that General Hood is retreating before him. The following official dispatches are published: Ship Gap, October 16--5 P. M. We took Ship gap to-day, capturing a part of the Twenty-fourth North Carolina. Two corps are represented to be at Lafayette, and one went south from Villanova plain. They obstructed Snake Creek pass to delay our trains; but by to-morrow I can move in any direction. W. T. Sherman, Major-General. Deserters from Hood's army report his force at thirty thousand. The strength of his cavalry is not known. There is no additional news from the Tennessee river, except that Roddy's forces moved from Tuscumbia yesterday. G. H. Thomas Major-General. Chattanooga,October 17--10 A. M. The rear of H
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