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The Daily Dispatch: May 24, 1864., [Electronic resource] 32 0 Browse Search
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We are indebted to the courtesy of Mr. H. A. Hamilton, of the Southern Express office, for the latest Southern papers in advance of the mails, which enable us to give a fair idea of the movements of Gen. Johnston, in Georgia.
ncentrated his entire force on, and passed Gen. Johnston's left, making a demonstration on Resaca. M. Tuesday he made an attack on the place, Gen. Johnston's left resting upon the banks of the Oostethat the enemy's loss was 400 killed. Gen. Johnston's army is in fine health and spirits, and intended by the enemy as an isolated raid in Johnston's rear to take possession of Resaca and destrto our rear through Snake Gap. Meanwhile, Gen. Johnston has skillfully brought up a powerful suppo Creek Gap and shut off the enemy's retreat. Johnston has but to swing his right around, push it thr preservation, unless he succeeds in driving Johnston's left, getting possession of Resaca and the tion for him. Sherman evidently believes that Johnston is running, and the latter knows precisely whose known only to the God of battles and Joseph M. Johnston. Our men fought all day Sunday behihe Army of Tennessee. He declares that it Gen. Johnston will let the men loose they will whip the [5 more...]