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ority in numbers, we would beat the Yankees. He was informed that Sherman's line was twenty-eight miles long. While we beat back Sherman's Sherman's right, Stewart, with over twenty thousand men, was to fall on his left centre, cut it, and drive them down the river, thus cutting off escape and capturing two- thirds of Sherman's army. The plan was certainly bold and ambitions enough in its scope. In attempting too much, he acc. It would have been better had he been satisfied merely to drive Sherman back and defeat his campaign. I believe he could have done this by throwing all of his army upon a part of Sherman's — the nearest part of it to Atlanta. If, indeed, Sherman did divided his army and scatteSherman did divided his army and scatter it over a line of twenty-eight miles, Hood followed suit by dividing his own, with twenty miles between the fragments. But I do not believe that Sherman did commit this blunder. His own dispatches state that his army was between Jonesboro' and Rough and Ready, not over twelve m
Arrival of prisoners. --Upwards of two hundred Yankee prisoners have been received in this city since our last report, including eighty-eight negro troops, captured yesterday in the assault upon Fort Gilmer. The following is a list of officers captured at the same time; Colonel F. T. Sherman, Eighty-eighth Illinois; Major David Sadler, Second Pennsylvania; Captain H. C. Roomes, company E, Eighty-ninth New York; Julius A. Weis, company C, Seventh, United States Colored Troops; Josiah C. Beck, company K, Ninth Maine, United States Colored Troops; Thomas McCarthy, company D, Seventh United States Colored Troops; First Lieutenants H. H. Epps, company I, Eighty-nine New York; D. S. Mack, company D, Seventh United States Colored Troops; G. R. Shidlerar, company C, Seventh United States Colored Troops; Second Lieutenants Thomas Groody, company B, Eighty-ninth New York; George C. Wilson, company H, Second Pennsylvania; Thomas H. Munford, company I, Second Pennsylvania; company B, Seco