Browsing named entities in The Daily Dispatch: January 27, 1865., [Electronic resource].
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Ho for Hyde Park! General Sherman proposes to travel.--Having thoroughly explored his own cou
a resident in Savannah, was repulsed by General Sherman with the remark, that as soon as the rebe on this occasion to return her thanks to General Sherman for the promised honor.
But Mr. Barclay to words, he yawns in their faces.
Even General Sherman's truculent demonstration will produce no reply that the British Lion vouchsafes to General Sherman.
But it will not compromise the dign f treating American grandiloquence.
When General Sherman promises to pitch his tent in Hyde Park, over all Europe with as little difficulty as Sherman did over Georgia, and who met, fought and con her territories except St. Helena.
And does Sherman think, because he has run through the State o for failing to tremble at the threats of General Sherman.
Even Ledru Rollin, that rabid French Re for everything put together.
And so, General Sherman, who has taken Savannah, is going to take [2 more...]