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The Daily Dispatch: November 4, 1864., [Electronic resource], Stop the Runaways.--one thousand dollars reward. (search)
ver, having the "reserved privilege" of crossing either at any point he found convenient. When Sherman found he could not catch him after his last effort at Lafayette, he turned north and went to Chountry. He placed Thomas at Bridgeport, with one corps, to guard that point, and, on the 17th, Sherman himself, with the main army, was making for Gunter's landing, to stop Hood there. As Hood was have crossed, if the river was not too high, without any interference from his antagonist. Sherman has been making strenuous efforts to relay the track from Chattanooga to Atlanta, so that he maortance, disappear to pounce on it at some far- distant point. By these active operations, Sherman has been prevented, up to the present time, from receiving any communication with Atlanta. he correspondents with Hood's army agree that no general fight need be expected immediately, as Sherman is too far behind and has no transportation to march with rapidly. Very large supply trains ha
The Daily Dispatch: November 4, 1864., [Electronic resource], Stop the Runaways.--one thousand dollars reward. (search)
large number of his men captured by the Union troops are about one hundred commissioned officers. The Latest from Sherman. A telegram from Nashville, dated the 31st, says: Direct communication with Atlanta by rail is open and secure The New York Herald says: Not only is there no foundation for the absurd report, recently set afloat, that General Sherman had abandoned Atlanta, but the place is not considered in any danger whatever. General Sherman has assured the GoveGeneral Sherman has assured the Government that he will hold it in spite of all attempts to dislodge him. The rebels are active along the Tennessee river. A portion of Forrest's command, with three pieces of artillery, is reported to have sunk a steamer and a barge, loaded with army Abolitionists claimed to have carried these districts. General T. E. G. Ransom, commanding the Seventeenth corps of Sherman's army, died at Rome, Georgia, on the 30th. General Dix, commanding the Department of the East, has issued an order