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"except Stevenson's division," to aid Lieutenant-General Polk against Sherman, in Mississippi. Thiorces, and again urged that a part of Lieutenant-General Polk's troops should be put at my disposalarriving. As the enemy was formed, the left of Polk's corps was on the Gostanaula and the right of e was brisk skirmishing during the afternoon on Polk's front and Hardee's left. On the 14th, thully near Calhoun. The fact that a part of Polk's troops were still in the rear, and the great es. At Adairsville, about midway, on the 17th, Polk's cavalry, under Brigadier-General Jackson, meteach road. French's division having joined Polk's corps on the 18th, on the morning of the 19thtinued until night. Soon after dark, Lieutenant-Generals Polk and Hood, together, expressed to me dthe 18th. On the 14th, the brave Lieutenant-General Polk, distinguished in every battle in whisippi and East Louisiana, given me by Lieutenant-General Polk, just from the command of that depart[6 more...]
A Long Absent Petersburg Heard From. Mr. Marcus Gaines, a well-known citizen of Petersburg of former days, but who has been absent since 1849, has been heard from within the last two or three days, after a silence of some years. Mr. Gaines was appointed United States Consul, under Polk's administration, to Tripoli. He was retained in this official capacity through the succeeding administrations down to that of the late President Lincoln, when he was either relieved or resigned. He is at present holding the position of electrician on the sub-marine telegraph line between Malta and Alexandria.--Petersburg Express.
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