LOYAL PUBLICATION SOCIETY.
JYo. 64.—Part 2.
LETTERS OF LOYAL SOLDIERS.
How General Sherman proclaimed Peace at Atlanta.
How General JflcVall pronounced for Peace in
Who knows most about the Rebellion ? Politicians, who have
lived at home, outside of the reach of its cannon—or Generals
who have been turning its flank all summer ? Read the Ch'ca"-o
outrage and then listen to Generals who are further inside of the
Rebel lines, than the Chicago politicians were outside of tl.em,
and judge between the two.
All of these gallant soldiers hate War and love Peace. They
know something of both. Yet not one is willing to give up by
disgraceful surrender, the glories and the honor, which have cost
so much blood and treasure ; all they ask of us, is, to see to it,
that there is no fire in the rear; they will take care of the Re¬
bellion in the front.
Letter of General Sherman to the People of Atlanta..
On the 11th inst. the Mayor and Council of Atlanta addressed
an elaborate'letter_io.fiejjQraJ Sherman, rpqnesting a revocation