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Some Reflections on the result of Sherman's expedition. [Translated from the Courier Francais, published in New Orleans.] In commenting upon the remarks of the True Delta on the gigantic incursion on of Gen. Sherman, and in alluding to that passage of the article in which our cotemporary of St. Charles street says that. "this expedition has caused the whole Confederacy to shake in its shoe
As to the convey of wagons, fifteen miles long, and having but 1,200 mules, we shall wait for Gen. Sherman's official report on this subject.
We find it difficult to understand how such rich spoils c must be still rich indeed, if in the small circle which he has overrun, as says the True Della, Sherman has been able to capture such splendid spoils a precious convey fifteen miles long!
If in a di e truth is that we have arrived at an hour of frightful crisis, that the "gigantic invasion" of Sherman, whether it is a success or a failure, is but a prelude to enormous battles — to supreme battle