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From Memphis. --The Mobile Advertiser has the following reliable information from Memphis: It is believed that Washburne will command an expedition to reinforce Sherman, after whipping Forrest. It is his intention to swell his forces to 20,000. Troops are arriving by the river, and the railroad is being repaired. Gold is quoted in Memphis at 250. There are no cotton quotations. Confederate money twenty-one cents on the dollar and increasing. Officials in bad humor, indicating unfavorable news.
Yankee losses in the campaign --The Chicago Times, of the 18th ult, in an editorial, estimates Grant's losses in killed and wounded north of James river at 70,000 men, Sherman's loss at 45,050, and the total Federal loss since the 1st of April at fully 185,000 men.
re Gazette, of the 29th of June, and other Northern papers of the same date, admit a reverse to Sherman, in North Georgia, and a loss of 2,000 in McPherson's and 500 in another corps. In its summaryek, at high noon, the correspondent of the New York Tribune, writing from the headquarters of Gen Sherman, announced that before daylight on that Sabbath morning the Confederates. to the great aston. Turning now to the Southern Telegrams, we learn that on the following day (the 20th) General Sherman attacked Johnston's left, commanded by Hamlet, and (if we may elect the report from MarlettNo further attempt at assault appears to have been made until Monday last, on which day, as General Sherman reports to the War Department at Washington, he attacked the enemy's position on Kennesaw Mrates are reported to have been taken prisoners, but the loss of the Confederates, otherwise, Gen. Sherman does not suppose to have been heavy, as they kept close behind their parapets. The Enroll
Our victory at Kennesa W Mountain, We are again under obligations to the Southern Express Company for files of Atlanta papers to the 30th June. the Intelligencer has the following account, from its correspondent, of the defeat of Sherman's army on the 27th: The game of blood and life for the possession of Atlanta commenced yesterday. Early in the morning the Yankee pickets made a general advance on our vidette line, which they easily drove in, and soon became holly engaged with our first entrenched line of skirmishers. Fight on Cleburn's line. Finding that our skirmishers would not retire, the Yankees buried up their lines of battle on our centre and opposite Cleburn's and Cheatham's line. They moved up in large force on the first named division, and charging them, carried the entrenchments held by our skirmishers, and rushed on the main works. With loud cheering they rushed on our men and endeavored to carry the works. A terrible volicy of musketry belched ou
re is some move on hand, as immense clouds of dust in this direction all day have indicated. Scouts report great stir in the Yankee camps. Prisoners recently captured say that the 19th corps, numbering 30,000, has recently reinforced Grant. It is not true that Mahone lost any Floridians or Alabamans in the fight at Reams's Station, or indeed any prisoners. There is nothing doing to-day beyond occasional shelling by the enemy. Yankee papers of the 29th admit a reverse to Sherman, and a loss of 3,000 in McPherson's and 500 in another corps. [Second Dispatch.] Petersburg, July 4, 2 P M. --The enemy is still in front at all points of the old lines, though doubtless some of their forces have been sent away, probably to the north side of the Appomattox, James river, or to Washington city. At every point on the enemy's lines huge flags have been displayed to-day, and their bands are incessantly playing. There has been less than the usual amount of s