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aking one his breast works. The pursuit was stopped by exposure to fire of field batteries. Afternoon's division was mainly on Hindman's slightly. There was brisk in Hardee's front much of the yesterday; a good deal of cannonading . J. E. Johnston, General. Marietta, June 23, Gen. Hodd reports that the enemy, inline of Atlanta, attacked Stevenson's skirmishers but was quickly repulsed. There was heavy artillery firing, during the day, in front. J E Johnston, Genera one his breast works. The pursuit was stopped by exposure to fire of field batteries. Afternoon's division was mainly on Hindman's slightly. There was brisk in Hardee's front much of the yesterday; a good deal of cannonading . J. E. Johnston, General. Marietta, June 23, Gen. Hodd reports that the enemy, inline of Atlanta, attacked Stevenson's skirmishers but was quickly repulsed. There was heavy artillery firing, during the day, in front. J E Johnston, General.
indicate baste and carelessness in the translator, they call for the notice, of the press. We do not mean by any means to detract from the value of his original remarks. Some of them — especially those concerning the Confederate cavalry--deserve, and we hope will receive, the serious attention of the proper department.--Upon the whole we like Mr. Schaller much better in his character of author, than in his character of translator. He does ample justice to our Great Generals, Jackson and Johnston. But there is another still alive whose name is scarcely alluded to, and who, it seems to us, can be passed over in a book illustrative of Confederate glory, with fully as much propriety as Washington's name could be omitted in a history of the American Revolution, and not one bit more. We need not name the person to whom we allude. In the text itself there are doubtless many suggestions of value to the military man, especially upon the subject of artillery, which was Marmont's speci