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We publish at full length to-day the orders of Sherman on taking possession of Savannah. They are remarkable in one respect. They are all mildness and conciliation, evincing, on the part of Lincoln, either a change of policy with regard to gn what it may — and that some design, and a very deep one, is concealed under these orders, does not admit of a doubt — Sherman seems to have changed his character as completely as the serpent changes his skin with the approach of spring. Formerlye career of Hyder Ali when he invaded the Carnatic than any other occurrence of modern times. But all this is changed. Sherman, without opposition, has come into possession of a large and rich city. There is no circumstance to irritate him. His mia means to slink out of the Confederacy in this shameful way. We shall not believe it for the sake of her brave soldiers and the noble officers that lead them. Sherman has made the Mayor of Savannah slander the people of the State. That is al
The Columbus (Mississippi) Republican says that Miss Bell, daughter of the Hon. John Bell, Mrs. and Miss Woods, of Nashville, have arrived there. During the middle of November they went from Nashville to Columbia, waited at the latter place until General Hood captured it, and then came South. The Charleston Mercury understands that Sherman has given the citizens of Savannah fifteen days grace to settle up their bank and other accounts which are to be balanced by Confederate treasury notes. The warehouse of Vanambridge & Co., at Wilmington, North Carolina, was destroyed by fire, with three thousand barrels of rosin, on the 2d instant. The Virginia Salt Works will be in operation again in two weeks.
tate here, from Southern sources we know that Sherman has taken the first step to "taking charge ofof another Butler rule. On the 25th ultimo. Sherman issued the following order "for the governmen from other papers. By order of Major-General W. T. Sherman. L. M. Dayton, Aide-de-camp. try to continue. 5. Resolved, That Major-General Sherman having placed as military commander ofe United States, the Governor of Georgia, General Sherman, and to each the Mayors of Augusta, Columah, and with the consent and authority of General Sherman, to purchase for the city certain article copies of the commissions he brings from General Sherman, the Savannah authorities, and the Unitedasury Department." The document contains General Sherman's authorization, as follows: "The bearerxceeding fifty thousand dollars in value. W. T. Sherman, "Major-General commanding." Returnrday evening in honor of the victories of Generals Sherman and Thomas. The New York Herald shows it