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and of all the troops of his military division, save the four army corps and cavalry division he designed to move with through Georgia. With the troops thus left at his disposal, there was little doubt that General Thomas could hold the line of the Tennessee, or, in the event Hood should force it, would be able to concentrate and beat him in battle. It was therefore readily consented to that Sherman should start for the sea-coast. Having concentrated his troops at Atlanta by the fourteenth of November, he commenced his march, threatening both Augusta and Macon. His coming-out point could not be definitely fixed. Having to gather his subsistence as he marched through the country, it was not impossible that a force inferior to his own might compel him to head for such point as he could reach, instead of such as he might prefer. The blindness of the enemy, however, in ignoring his movement, and sending Hood's army — the only considerable force he had west of Richmond and east of t
s, thirty Allen's patent breech-loading carbines, and one Enfield rifle were seized at Walsh's barn, in the city of Chicago. Finding from investigation that the Sons of Liberty in this city continued to meet and plot, on the night of Sunday, the third of November, Patrick Dooley, secretary of the temple in this city, was arrested, and such papers as had not been destroyed, some of them valuable, as showing the intents and purposes of the organization, seized. On the night of Monday, November fourteenth, the following named persons, members of the Sons of Liberty, were arrested, viz: Obediah Jackson, Grand Senior, Charles W. Patten, Member of State council, Mr. Fenton, Tyler or door-keeper, James Geary, a dangerous member, Richard T. Semmes, nephew to pirate Semmes, Dr. E. W. Edwards, who harbored Colonel Marmaduke, all of whom remain in custody. On the fifteenth instant a young Englishman, from Canada, under British protection-papers, named Mongham, was arrested, who proves t
rses. anvils. Enfield rifled muskets. Springfield rifled muskets. guns, Assorted. carbines, Assorted. Austrian rifles. cartridge boxes. total small arms. Washington Arsenal October 192       12         1 1   16                       Washington Arsenal October 25                   1     1                       Washington Arsenal October 29 4 8 7 1 2 2             24                       Washington Arsenal November 7               10         10                       Washington Arsenal November 14         1       1       2                       Washington Arsenal November 17   1     1               2                       Washington Arsenal November 18           1 1           2                       Washington Arsenal December 31         2               2                       Washington Arsenal Various times