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The Daily Dispatch: May 25, 1864., [Electronic resource], Reported Capture of a Blockade Runner. (search)
From North Georgia. Atlanta, May 23. --The press reporter left the front at noon to-day. There has been very little skirmishing for the last two days, mostly on the left of the main body.--The enemy seem to have abandoned the line of railroad, and they are attempting to mass on our left to support the flanking column under McPherson, who is moving on Dalton. These developments of the enemy's plan render necessary a further change of position on our part. These have been made, so that Johnston remains master of the situation. There is no straggling, and the troops are in fine spirits and confident. The Mayor his issued a proclamation for all citizens not in any organization to report for orders, and devising non combatants to leave the city.
wing letter from President Davis answers a memorial of a committee appointed by the "General Association of the Chaplains and Missionaries of the Army of Tennessee, " asking that ministers of the Gospel now in the ranks be appointed to the position of chaplains, when properly recommended and qualified for the sacred office: Confederate States of America, Executive Department, Richmond, Va., April 19th, 1864. Rev. Chas. H. Atkin, Rev. J. S. Chapman, and Rev. W. Mooney, committee, Dalton. Ga: Gentlemen: The President has received your letter of March 9th, and directs me to express to you his deep sense of the importance of regular and earnest religious instruction and consolation to our brave soldiers. He does not presume to doubt the necessity of chaplains in full number, and knows of no bar to the promotion of such from the ranks. On the other hand, he considers the spirit which prompts ministers to volunteer as privates and serve their country in so glorious and t