nt, and to organize a large army to move into Georgia, coincident with the advance of the Eastern aavalry.
Then, of course, as we advanced into Georgia, it was manifest that we should have to repaigth of the army to move from Chattanooga into Georgia at one hundred thousand men, and the number oand a good deal of grass, as we advanced into Georgia at that season of the year.
The problem then1864, a compact army for active operations in Georgia, of about the following numbers:
Ar1861, the actual armies prepared to move into Georgia resulted as follows, present for battle:
A, to break up the road between Montgomery and Georgia.
If Garrard can do this work well, he can rez., provisions.
But in that I must venture.
Georgia has a million of inhabitants.
If they can licompilation made by the Controller of the State of Georgia for the purpose of taxation, containing i population and statistics of every county in Georgia. One of my aides (Captain Dayton) acted as as