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Vaughn is still at work in Tennessee, and steadily advancing his lines. There are no Yankees on this side of Strawberry Plains. Gillan, the Federal commander, sent out a party of twenty to watch the movements of Colonel Palmer, commanding General Vaughn's advance guard, when he surprised them and captured the whole squad. From General Hood's Army. There is very little room to doubt that, by this time, General Hood's army is in Tennessee. The latest Northern accounts report it at Gunter's landing, on the Tennessee river, about to cross. It left Gadaden, Alabama, on Saturday, the 22d, and started on the road for the plant, thirty miles distant, at which the Yankees announce its arrival. On Friday, the Cooss river was crossed. The transportation quickly followed, and at noon the pontoon was taken up and also hurried forward after the troops. General Cheatham was quite unwell when he mounted to follow his corps; "but," said he, we are going home now, and I'll strap myself
The Daily Dispatch: October 31, 1864., [Electronic resource], Vice-President Stephens's and Sherman's Proposition to negotiate. (search)
crossed the Tennessee river near the mouth of White Oak creek. A negro soldier, who had escaped from General Hood's army reports that Lee's corps, of that army, was marching to Whitesburg, there to cross the river. The main body was to cross at Gunter's landing. Men on the gunboats in the Tennessee river saw picket fire on the mountains at Gunter's landing last Tuesday morning. The Herald thus sums up the situation: We have nothing later from General Sherman.--We learn from an officer rGunter's landing last Tuesday morning. The Herald thus sums up the situation: We have nothing later from General Sherman.--We learn from an officer recently advice from high military authority that the report of the critical situation of Sherman's army in Georgia, for want of commissary supplies, is unfounded. At the time of Hood's movement northward there were at Atlanta twenty days supplies for the whole Union army. The departure of the larger portion in pursuit of Hood leaves nearly three months supplies for the garrison in the town. There is a scarcity of forage, but the absence of the majority of the animals will allow for some weeks