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The Daily Dispatch: November 21, 1864., [Electronic resource] 27 1 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: November 19, 1864., [Electronic resource] 17 1 Browse Search
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what will be left him by Sherman, to "do the agreeable" to Hood, and but little may be expected to meet our "On to Savannahwith hogs, chickens, sweet potatoes, &c., in abundance. If Hood can afford to meddle with Sherman's rear he can afford to s, by request of Sherman, arrangements having been made with Hood to deliver them. Military movements prevented their delive of the situation. It is said that when Sherman heard that Hood had crossed the Tennessee, he telegraphed this farewell address: "Hood has crossed the Tennessee. Thomas will take care of him and Nashville, while Schofield will not let him i State of Mississippi, for the assistance of Beauregard and Hood. The movement, which was a formidable one, was thought to sippi, and had crossed Black river with them, on the way to Hood's army, when Colonel Farrar, commanding at Vidalia, Louisiarver and seized several wagons, mules and horses. From Hood's Army. A telegram from Cincinnati, dated the 16th, say
Police Arrest. --Captain John W. Hood was arrested yesterday afternoon by detective L. S. Charles and civil officer M. Adams, charged with passing on H. Murphy's papers and with aiding in the robbery of John Werner, on Saturday night last. The accused was locked up in the lower station- house to secure his appearance before the Mayor this morning.