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rtain. He had a sharp engagement with the enemy when he attacked the wagon train, and lost a number in killed, wounded, and prisoners during the fight and on his way to Decatur. The train was so long that, notwithstanding it was defended by a strong escort, he succeeded in destroying several hundred wagons. It is understood that the President sustains Gen. Bragg, and that no change will be made in the command of the army. The latter has relieved Gen. Hill for his alleged tardiness on the morning of the 20th of September, and ordered him to report to Richmond. Rumor has it that Gen. H. has tendered, or will tender his resignation. A court of inquiry will probably be ordered in the cases of General Polk and Gen. Hindman. The four new bridges recently built on the Georgia State road have been carried away by the freshet. No mail has arrived or been sent off for the last two days. I shall endeavor to send this letter forward to Dalton, and have it posted there. Sallust.