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rnelis never recovered — and on the 19th October, Cornwallis surrendered. We recall these things to recollection, this time, because it strikes us that is a similarity in our present contion to that of our fathers in the begining of 1781. Hood, like Gates, has been feated and Savannah has been taken Charleston has not been captured, Hood's defeat was far from being so nal. as that of Gates. Richmond is in our hands; whereas, at the opening of the year 1781, Arnold was master When Green joined the army of to South, in December, he found it reeded mere handful, intimidated by death, and altogether incapable of making any great exertion. The forces of Beauregard, on the contrary, are numerous and well disciplined, and its officers are able and experienced soldiers. The vicbry which has just been achieved over the Yankee armada at Wilmington may be fairly set off against the defeat of Ferguson at King's mountain. Everything considered, we are in a far more ho condition now
nnah Loyal Georgian made its appearance. The editor is Captain M. Summers, assistant quartermaster, United States volunteers. The motto of the paper is, "Redeemed, Regenerated and Disen thralled. The Union--It Must and Shall be Preserved." The paper is mainly filled up with rebel advertisements, but a few admirable editorials appear. Headquarters of the commanding generals. [From the Savannah Loyal Georgian, December 24.] General Sherman has his headquarters at the house of Mr. Charles Green. General Howard's headquarters are at the house of Mr. Molyneux, late British Consul at Savannah who is now in Europe. General Slocum's headquarters are at the late residence of Hon. John E. Ward. General Geary, commandant of the post, has his office in the Bank building, next door to the custom house. General Sherman attended St. John's Episcopal Church. The edifice is located nearly opposite his headquarters. A large number of troops and citizens were present,