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s said to be one Brigadier-General Duffee. The Yankees outnumbering our men very largely, Mosby was unable to destroy the train, and finally withdrew his troops. The position in Georgia--the New field of operations. The whereabouts of General Hood is as uncertain to the Confederates as it is to Sherman. It appears that Sherman has left seven thousand men in Atlanta, and that force is strong enough to forage on the surrounding country, with heavy guards to the wagon trains. A force of o without giving up railroad transportation. When he leaves there he must take to wagoning his provisions; and he has not the animals to do that with. Lieutenant-General Dick Taylor has assumed command of Lieutenant-General S. D. Lee's corps, of Hood's army, and General Lee goes to the Department of the Mississippi. The theatre of war in the Georgia Department is henceforth to be on new lines. Our move, already made, transfers it from about Atlanta to the country between Blue mountain and
e put in a very brief space. The Yankees have no intelligence from Sherman. The Herald says Hood's movements have been executed with such skill that Sherman must attack and whip him or his line een compelled to leave one corps in a state of siege in Atlanta, and now has to go forth to fight Hood in his own chosen position. On the 18th; Hood was reported one mile below Lafayette, and ShermanHood was reported one mile below Lafayette, and Sherman at Villason, six miles from him. Hood, according to Yankee accounts, is being heavily reinforced, including Walker's division from the Trans-Mississippi. The only intelligence from General PriceHood, according to Yankee accounts, is being heavily reinforced, including Walker's division from the Trans-Mississippi. The only intelligence from General Price is the following telegram from Kansas City, Missouri, on Monday: A courier just from the front reports that Price is in full retreat and closely pursued by our forces.--When the courier left thral Sherman advanced to Atlanta; he is now, with the bulk of his army, watching the operations of Hood, nearly a hundred miles back, in the mountainous region about Chattanooga. In the Southwest, we