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ns around Atlanta.
An able correspondent in Hood's army, in his last letter to the Mobile Advertiser, gives what he was informed was General Hood's plan.
This is interesting as a part of the histtainly bold and ambitious enough in its scope." Hood, it seems, was deceived by false information frI have been informed that the following was General Hood's plan of operations on the 30th of August, and here it is a mere creek, about knee deep.
Hood sent, Hardee's corps, which was only twelve mily thousand men — an excess over the enemy.
General Hood had entire confidence in the result, thinkid scatter it over a line of twenty-eight miles, Hood followed suit by dividing his own, with twenty this was his position; and it follows that General Hood was deceived by false information from his must have been about night on the 30th when General Hood was informed of Howard's movement upon Jone On the night of the 31st, when Hardee informed Hood that our assault upon the enemy at Jonesboro' h