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d shot a bullet through Mr Therson's head, and knocked out Sherman's brains, the Yankee raid might have been handled with less skid, and with more damaging result to the enemy. As it was, it will not be denied that Sherman has desired. The possession of Dallon was but the work of a few days rapid march by flank, which culminated in a spirited encounter at Resaca. Another flank movement and he possesses Rome and Kingston, cresses the Etowah, and is somewhat abruptly checked at New Hope and Dallas. Any further attempt to flank an enemy who shows his claws so pluckily and defiantly as did Johnston in all of these little passages at arms, would be attended with imminent danger to an expedition "thus far into the bowels" of the enemy's territory. To make another right flank would be dangerous; to advance direct, with a veteran and disciplined enemy and a sagacious General confronting him, equally so; to retreat across the Eto wan disastrous. Sherman immediately seizes the Altoona Hill