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definite is heard from him. Perhaps it may come first from rebel sources. The calculations of the rebels, founded on General Hood's brilliant strategic movement, will undoubtedly soon come to grief, and he will have good reason to regret his strate to go in person to relieve the wants of our prisoners who are penned up in lower Georgia and South Carolina. Speaking of Hood the other day, when it was not certain what that individual was about, he said that General Johnston being a sensible man, he could generally divine his movements; but Hood not being a sensible man, he could not tell anything about him. He also said of Hood: "If he will go to the Ohio river I will give him rations;" and "let him go North; my business is down South." Hood: "If he will go to the Ohio river I will give him rations;" and "let him go North; my business is down South." The capture of the Florida. The following account of the seizure of the Florida in the port of Bahia is taken from a Brazilian journal. It appears the Florida had run under the guns of a fort for protection: The vessel was seized by the Wa
and Tennessee. There is very little doubt that Sherman is about to "campaign" it, independent of Hood's whereabouts. The Yankee papers are already filling up with localities, routes, &c., on the wayld move" on the part of Sherman, it is the last and only move he can make. He has tried catching Hood and failed; and this interior campaign is his only dependence to bring this "ballooning" general ars for Atlanta, saying, according to a letter in the Cincinnati Commercial, "that he had settled Hood's hash." He reached Chattanooga on the 26th, and then proceeded down the country the next afternorailroad communication that cannot easily be interrupted to Tuscumbia is now under control of General Hood; and he is in position to advance into Middle or West Tennessee, as he may decide the most prpon, is that no assault was made upon the works of the enemy. The Federal report states that General Hood was repulsed twice. The truth is, that he was aware of the strength of the position and its