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hat day"the first of the series of attacks commenced by General Hood after taking command: Riding along our lines lastion of the army. At just 12 o'clock a gathering of General Hood's own military household in front of headquarters annoueave the issue with the God of Battles." We parted, and General Hood with his staff, General Lovell, General Mackall, and esple outline of the afternoon's work: The object of General Hood in planning the attack was two fold — namely, to withdrof the pretty little cottage in close conversation with General Hood, and upon the lap of the former a map was spread out, onger of the great chief passed from time to time, while General Hood bent over in earnest attention. It was an interesting old commander and stowing it away for future use. General Hood is said to have been taken quite by surprise by this un to take supreme command of the Army of Tennessee. General Hood will have but little time to make changes of any great