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en made, but, as yet, have not been, and, from present appearances, will not be, accepted. According to the Phare de la Loire, however, a journal friendly always to your cause and Government, they have succeeded in getting to sea another pirate vessel. The Phare of the 27th contains the following paragraph: "A few days since a large iron-clad vessel came to anchor at Houat, near Belle Isle, sailing under the name of the Olinde, and carrying the Danish flag. This vessel debarked on the 25th, at Quiberon, forty-two men of the crew, and notice was given by telegraph to the Danish Consul in our city that they would reach Nantes on the 31st, on their way to their homes. The Olinde received from a vessel which came alongside thirty tons of coal, and while this vessel was alongside the Olinde an English steamer arrived with cannon, munitions and crew, which it placed immediately on board the ram. The Olinde has been purchased by the Confederates." This is the statement, in relat
pose, both for offensive and defensive, to assemble our troops here immediately." This was not noticed. Therefore, on the 25th, I again urged the necessity of reinforcing the Army of Tennessee, because the enemy was collecting a larger force than th' to Atlanta, a few miles south of Dallas; and Hood's, four miles from New Hope church, on the road from Alatoona. On the 25th, the enemy was found to be intrenched near, and cast of, Dallas. Hood's corps was placed with its centre at New Hope churere counted six hundred. We, therefore, estimated their loss at three thousand, at least. It was probably greater on the 25th, as we had a larger force engaged then, both of artillery and infantry. The usual skirmishing was kept up on the 28thrtified artillery. On the 24th, Hardee's skirmishers formed a line of battle, as did Stevenson's, of Hood's corps, on the 25th. On the 27th, after a furious cannonade of several hours, the enemy made a general advance, but was everywhere repulsed w