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from Buffalo, New York, says: Brigadier-General Barry, Sherman's chief of artillery, arrived here yesterday, seriously ill. He left General Sherman at Kingston, Georgia, at 9 A. M. on the 12th. General Barry says that Sherman has all the infantry, cavalry and artillery he wants.--The men had received eight months pay, and ou A correspondent of the New York Times gives the following account of the preparations of Sherman and the departure of his army on the expedition: Here, at Kingston, preparations were immediately made for the coming campaign. The first information I received concerning the movements about to be developed confused me. I lear The Army Fourteenth corps, General Howard, composed of the Fifteenth corps, General Logan; Sixteenth, General Smith; and Seventeenth, General Frank Blair; left Kingston three days before for Atlanta, tearing up the railroad as it went along. On the 11th, the Etowah bridge was destroyed, and from thence to the Chattahoochee rive