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J. Wardlaw Mitchell, second lieutenant, Milledgeville, Ga. Pinkney L. Mitchell, second lieutenant, Austin, Tex.
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Sherman replied promptly: "If I could be sure of finding provisions and ammunition at Augusta, or Columbus, Georgia, I can march to Milledgeville, and compel Hood to give up Augusta or Macon, and then turn on the other.
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Sherman then suggested that, when he was prepared, his movements should take place against Milledgeville and then to Savannah.
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The right wing, under Howard, and the cavalry went to Jonesboro, Milledgeville, then the capital of Georgia, being Sherman's objective or stopping place on the way to Savannah.
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Slocum was in command, and threatened Augusta as the point to which he was moving, but he was to turn off and meet the right wing at Milledgeville.
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On the 23d Sherman, with the left wing, reached Milledgeville.
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The troops at Milledgeville remained over a day to destroy factories, buildings used for military purposes, etc.
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While at Milledgeville the soldiers met at the State House, organized a legislature, and proceeded to business precisely as if they were the legislative body belonging to the State of Georgia.
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The distance from Milledgeville to Millen was about one hundred miles.
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A verdict in accordance with the facts and testimony was brought in, and Jack Carew was sentenced to serve a term in the penitentiary at Milledgeville.
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Mr. John Turner, Thomaston, Upson county, Georgia-in the "Standard of Union," Milledgeville, June 26, 1838.
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S.B. Murphy, jailer, Irvington, Ga. in the "Milledgeville Journal," May 29, 1838.
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Mr. Isaac Johnson, Pulaski Co. Georgia, in the "Milledgeville Journal," June 19, 1838.
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J.B. RANDALL, Jailor, Cobb (Co.) Georgia, advertises an old negro man, in the "Milledgeville Recorder," Nov. 6, 1838.
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From the "Milledgeville Journal," Dec. 26, 1837. "EXECUTOR'S SALE. "Agreeable to an order of the court of Wilkinson county, will be sold on the first Tuesday in April next, before the Court-house door in the town of Irwington, ONE NEGRO GIRL _about two years old_, named Rachel, belonging to the estate of William Chambers dec'd.
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The "Milledgeville Federal Union" of July 11, 1837, has the following "In Selma, Alabama resided lately messrs.
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A runner was then dispatched to Milledgeville, and received from Governor Schley commissions for those self-made officers of Bishop's, two of whom have since runaway, and the rest have been called on by the citizens of the county to resign, being each members of Bishop's band, and doubtless runaways from other States.
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In the Milledgeville Federal Union of May 2, 1837, we find the following presentment of the Grand Jury of Union County, Georgia, which as it shows some relics of a moral sense, still lingering in the state we insert.
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Bates, as _one of the Penitentiary guard_, was sent with another to carry him and others, from other counties to Milledgeville.
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Richard " T.D.M. Magee, William Males, Henry Maltby, Stephen E. Manning, P.T. Marietta College, student of Marks, James Marriott, Charles Marshall, John T. Martineau, Harriet Maryland Journal Maryville Intelligencer Mason, Samuel Mathieson, Rev. James May, Rev. Samuel J. McCue, Moses McDonnell, James McGehee, Edward J. McGregor, Henry M. McMurrain, John Mead Whitman Medical College of South Carolina Memphis Gazette " Inquirer Menefee, R.H. Menzies, Judge Mercer, Mr. Metcalf, Asa B. Middleton, Mr. Miles, Lemuel Milledgeville Journal " Recorder Miller, C. Minister from Texas, A. Jones Minor, W.I.
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Examples of Milledgeville

Example #1
John H. Mitcherson, first lieutenant, U.S. Army.
Example #2
Warren N. Mims, first lieutenant, U.S. Army.
Example #3
I should like to hear from you, however, in this matter.
Example #4
If you can manage to take the Savannah River as high up as Augusta, or the Chattahoochee as far up as Columbus, I can sweep the whole State of Georgia.
Example #5
His expectation at that time was, to make this movement as soon as he could get up his supplies.
Example #6
On the 29th Sherman sent Thomas back to Chattanooga, and afterwards to Nashville, with another division (Morgan's) of the advanced army.