by John Beauchamp Jones
SEPTEMBER 16TH.—Bright and pleasant—the weather.
Gen. Hood telegraphs that his army is so much mortified at the feeble resistance it made to
Mr. Benjamin asks a passport and transportation for Mrs. Jane L. Brant, who goes to
Gen. Morgan’s funeral took place to-day. None were allowed to see him; for the coffin was not opened. On the way to
The local troops (clerks, etc.) are ordered to assemble at 5 P.M. to day. What does Grant mean? He chooses a good time, if he means anything serious; for our people, and many of the troops, are a little despondent. They are censuring the President again, whose popularity ebbs and flows.