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d meal would decline in price.
But a lethargy has seized upon the government, and no one may foretell the consequences of official supineness.
The enemy at Chattanooga have got an advantageous position on Bragg's left, and there is much apprehension that our army will lose the ground gained by the late victory.
The Commissolina, and there was some danger of the President being intercepted at Weldon.
Thousands believe that Gen. Bragg is about to retire from before Grant's army at Chattanooga.
And to-day bread is selling at 50 cents per loaf-small loaf!
And now the Assistant Secretary of War, Judge Campbell, is allowing men to pass to Maryland, ne pounds of good beef, and a shank — for which he charged nothing, it being part of a present to him from a butcher.
Some skirmishing between Chattanooga and Knoxville.
From prisoners we learn that the enemy at both those places are on half rations, and that Grant intends to attack Bragg soon at Lookout Mountain