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m the Confederacy is attended with no lass fatal results than those which belief the grand army of France in its exit from Russia. To prevent such a disaster as would attend a retreat to the Ohio Sherman is compelled to defeat the army of Gen Johnston, which no one believes he ever can or will do. For the future he will find a forward movement even more hazardous than an advance backward, and unless we are greatly mistaken, the time is not distant — probably not more than two or three days-irst occupy, Atlanta or Louisville. His flanking manœuvres are to use a vulgar phrase, about "played out," and if he should persist in his original purpose of taking violent possession of Atlanta, he will now have to march over and not around Gen Johnston's army. He will find this really a hard road to travel, even harder than that through Snake reck Gap or around the Alleona bills, and there is a probability that its roughness may put him upon the "study of his lines of retreat." In such an e
The sold soldier boy Songster is the name of a song book just published by Messrs. West & Johnston. It is native gotten out, and the selections are made with taste.