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XXXII. November, 1863 Letters from various sections. the President and Gen. Bragg. State of the markets. causes of the President's tour. Gen. Duff Green return of the President. loss of Hoke's and Haye's brigades. letter from Gen. Howell Cobb. dispatch from Gen. Lee. State of the markets. letter from A. Moseley. Mrs. Todd in Richmond. Vice President Stephens on furloughs. about Gen. Bragg and the battle of Lookout Mountain. November 1 No news from any of the armi
to perish rather than allow the famishing people to consume them.
Surely, say the croakers, such a policy cannot achieve independence.
No, it must be speedily changed, or else worse calamities await us than any we have experienced.
Old Gen. Duff Green, after making many fortunes and losing them, it seems, is to die poor at last, and he is now nearly eighty years old. Last year he made a large contract to furnish the government with iron, his works being in Tennessee, whence he has been dr