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— saying nothing of Tennessee and Louisiana, which may send up about a dozen Union members. The News from Sherman's campaign. A telegram from Nashville, Tennessee, gives the following about the campaign of Sherman and how he is to devour Hood. It is dated the 6th, and says: I will try to telegraph you the news and rumors subjoined: Sharp fighting at Johnsonville, Tennessee. Twelve transports and four gunboats destroyed. Johnsonville may possibly be evacuated. Its loss wild. Rumors have come from the South so often, and by so many different months, of the possible evacuation of Atlanta and of Sherman's new change of base that it seems to be a probable fact. It is said that Sherman found in his foot-race after Hood that he could almost support an army south of Rome by foraging alone, and accordingly has made a bold dash on Montgomery and Mobile. Alabama is disaffected; and it is believed that it needs only the presence of an army in her central counties to
The foreign Legion. --Last week, two hundred native Irishmen, who have been Federal prisoners in our hands for over twelve months past, reached Augusta, Georgia, from Florence, South Carolina, and passed through on their way to join Hood's army. These prisoners were refused an exchange by the Yankee Government in consequence of their time having run out; and feeling that they had not been treated right by the said Government, and with a view to revenge, took the oath of allegiance to the Confederate States, and were duly sworn into our army by a Catholic priest at Florence, South Carolina.