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hese guns has a significance beyond their reverberating roar and the smell of gunpowder. Privilege of firing them was asked by most of the leading citizens and slaveholders of the town Gen. Wild, Military Governor, granted the request, and with the roar of the cannon there mingled a merry and jubilant peal from the church bells. Gen. Sherman's official report — what he accomplished. Major General W. T. Sherman, in a dispatch dated Vicksburg, Miss, February 27th, by way of Cairo, March 10th, has addressed the following to Lieutenant General Grant, care of General Halleck: General: I got in this morning from Canton, where I left my army in splendid heart and condition. We reached Jackson February 6th; crossed Pearl river, and passed through Brandon to Morton, where the enemy made dispositions for battle, but fled in the night. Posted on over all obstacles, and reached Meridian February 14th. General Polk, having a railroad to assist him in his retreat, escaped across