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mortally wounded and fell into our hands. This was fortunate, as he was the most daring and dangerous of all the bushwhackers in this section of the country. P. H. Sheridan, Major-General. His second dispatch: Strasburg, Virginia, October 9--Midnight. Lieutenant-General Grant, City Point: In coming back to this point, I was not followed up until late yesterday, when a large force of cavalry appeared in my rear. I then halted my command to offer battle by attacking the enemcrossing the Tennessee on flatboats, above and below Florence, on the 6th instant, while he (Rousseau) was detained by high water in Shoal creek and Elk river. George H. Thomas, Major-General. General Sherman's Dispatch. Altoona, October 9--8 P. M. Major-General Halleck, Chief of Staff: I reached the Kennesaw mountain, October 6, just in time to witness at a distance the attack on Altoona. I had anticipated this attack, and had ordered from Rome, General Corse with reinfo