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country south and southwest of Lafayette is exceedingly difficult for an inferior army vigorously pursued, consisting of narrow valleys parallel to the ranges of Taylor's ridge and Lookout mountain, broken by rough hills, and destitute of food for men or beast until you reach the Coosa river, a distance equal to three days forced marches. Another official dispatch, dated at Chattanooga on the 17th, is as follows: I left General Sherman at Ship gap, in Taylor's ridge, at dark last night. The general and army are all right and in the best of spirits. General Slocum is all right at Atlanta, with plenty of provisions and forage. Hood's raid The New York Herald, commenting on General Hood's movements, says: Our latest advices report him encamped near Lafayette, with Sherman at Ship's gap of Taylor's ridge, twelve miles southeast of Lafayette. If Hood permits Sherman to pass through Ship gap and get into the narrow valley of the Chickamauga, it will be too
Arrest of R. D'orsay Ogden. --Very much to the surprise of every one present, R. D'Orsay Ogden, the late manager of the Richmond Theatre, who escaped from this city some weeks since, was brought in to the chief of police last night about half-past 8 o'clock. He was arrested in the county of King George, at the house of Mr. Fielding Lewis, where he had been invited to dine. The name of his captor is John Taylor, a young soldier from that section, under whose cert Ogden was brought to this city. It turns out that the "manager, author and actor" never succeeded in reaching the city of New York, as reported in one of the papers there; but that he has been most of the time in King George, lying low and watching his chance to go over. He denie, however, that he ever intended leaving the Confederacy. When carried before Captain Thomas W. Doswen, assistant provost-marshal, last night, Ogden was very axious to give bad for his appearance; but that officer refused to grant the reque