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--A prisoner from Chattanooga describes the condition of these families that left Georgia and sought Yankee protection as terrible. Many women and children have died from cold--four or five thousand of them being huddled together in Chattanooga, with no wood and little to eat. There is nothing but lamentations and vain regrets from morning till night.

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