my whole army united for the grand move into Georgia.
On the 14th of October, when Sherman was re willing I should undertake to march across Georgia.—Sherman's Memoirs, Vol.
II., page 156. Sherto the south-west, drawing me as a decoy from Georgia, which is his chief object.
If he ventures nff. Davis's cherished plan of making me leave Georgia by manoeuvring.
Thus far I have confined my ten days. If I were to let go Atlanta and North Georgia, and make for Hood, he would, as he did heg siege.
I will destroy all the railroads of Georgia, and do as much substantial damage as is possplishing more, and before Thomas started from Georgia, the rebel cavalry had set out to return.
Evomptly notified Thomas of the new campaign in Georgia.
On the 1st of October, when he first proposrth corps, under Stanley, now on its way from Georgia, could arrive.
On the 30th, the Twenty-thires, the most important of which now came from Georgia, since Sheridan had laid waste the Valley.