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im, let us admit that he redeemed his master's promise of invading Tennessee, for he does hold the entire country south of Nashville, with the exception of four fortified places, at his mercy. It is a country full of forage, corn, pigs and cattle; it can and does subsist his army. If he is acting wildly, let us whip him before we talk of his desperation. There will be time enough then. The latest from Sherman. The latest Yankee advices from Sherman are by the Arago, from Port Royal, South Carolina. They say: The latest advices from Sherman at the time the Arago left — on the 8th instant--were that his advance troops, comprising mostly cavalry and light artillery, had reached a point only forty miles from Savannah and were steadily feeling their way towards that city, with every prospect of capturing it with very little loss to his army. He had succeeded in severing the railway communication leading to and from Savannah, and had cut off the most important routes of sup