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The Daily Dispatch: September 14, 1864., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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she Federal arms, and the party ended at a late in the morning after great glorification. One of the first orders issued by the Yankees informed the negroes that they were no longer slaves, but "free American citizens of African descent."--There were many negroes in this city, and we should not be surprised if some of the "colored ladies" attended the Yankee calcination ball. We regret to learn that among the first citizens who took the oath of allegiance tot he Federals was Mr. J. E. Buchanan, formerly "business manager" of the Intelligencer. This gentleman remained in Atlanta with the Fire Battalion during the investment of that city. There is but little or no business carried on in the city except by a few traitors, who concealed tobacco for the express purpose of selling it to the enemy should they enter the town. These creatures, we learn, are doing a brisk business with the Yankee sutlers. There is a provost-marshal and a guard of one brigade on duty in the