vin and the new commander, a New York counter-jumper named Cooley, who now reigns over the land.
Charley had thrashed old Uoyed most, hurting the Yankee, or getting the money.
Capt. Cooley has established a camp in Cousin Will Pope's grove, andetation was simply inconceivable.
Charley says that Capt. Cooley went to him this morning and told him that he would havsposition of himself, he went round to the hotel, where Capt. Cooley and the other officers of the garrison are boarding, any not looking for an excuse to annoy a d---d rebel.
Capt. Cooley is reported to have said that if the barbecue projectedfast there came an anonymous note to father saying that Capt. Cooley had started for Augusta on the morning train, but had lFriday
The rebel cue came off yesterday, in spite of Capt. Cooley's threats to stop it, but Capt. Semmes tells me it was little river steamer, hardly fit to ship cotton on.
Capt. Cooley has returned from Augusta, and they say he is going to
ate of our orchards and cornfields can testify.
Capt. Cooley hung up two by the thumbs the other day, for robcounsel than these shrewd, painstaking Yankees.
Capt. Cooley was sent out to collect evidence, and even brougafter — a pretty strong hint at negro suffrage.
Capt. Cooley is reported as saying: Damn French!
I had troubh Pharisaical hypocrites as Wild and French make Capt. Cooley seem almost an angel of light.
We are actually with a party of negroes at old Uncle Spenser's, Capt. Cooley never associates with either of them any more thtary tribunal, nor convicted on negro evidence.
Capt. Cooley says they give more weight to negro evidence tha for scenting out plunder.
Aug. 4, Friday
Capt. Cooley went out of town on some business or other, and stopped till we were out of the way. I also saw Capt. Cooley for the first time.
His head was turned away, se dancing now and then.
Aug. 29, Tuesday
Capt. Cooley is to be removed and Washington is to have a new