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The War news. Yesterday was observed as a day of thanksgiving in Grant's army, who, no doubt, devoured the several thousand turkeys sent them from the North, and about which the Yankee newspapers have been talking so much of late. There was unbroken quiet all along the lines throughout the day. Even General Graham, commanding at Bermuda Hundred, finding it impossible to dislodge General Pickett from the advanced position captured by him last night a week ago, seems to have come to the conclusion to let him alone. On Wednesday evening, there was some unimportant firing of cannon along the Petersburg lines. From Georgia. We are still without any official information concerning Sherman's movements in Georgia; but we are not entirely without some authentic advices on the subject. Sherman was, on yesterday, still west of the Oconee river, one of the tributaries of the Altamahaw, which runs south through the east centre of the State of Georgia. Milledgeville is situated
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