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The Daily Dispatch: October 24, 1864., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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General John M. Corse relieved Brigadier-General William Van Deveer of the command at Rome last week. Brigadier-General Van Deveer assumed command of the district of Marietta yesterday, relieving McArthur, who goes to the Mississippi. Veatch and Woods are on the Sweeney court-martial now in progress at Atlanta. Thomas has gone to Chattanooga on business relating to military-movements. Stocum commands the Twentieth corps and the city of Atlanta. Howard is living in a wall-tent at Eastpoint, and Scholfield is rum at Decatur. A speech from Abraham Lincoln. Lincoln was serenaded by Marylanders Wednesday night in honor of that State now being " free." In the course of his speech he said something about himself and the Presidency. Here it is: Something said by the Secretary of State in his recent speech at Auburn has been construed by some into a threat that, if I shall be beaten at the election, I will between then and the end of my constitutional term do what I