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a short distance of Augusta, and the other has struck the Georgia Central road, leading from Macon to Savannah at two points — within a few miles of Macon, and at Gordon, the junction of the Georgia Central and Gordon and Milledgeville branch railroads. On Sunday, a body of our cavalry, under Wheeler, attacked his cavalry at Gordon, but with what result we have not been able to ascertain. Sherman is everywhere laying waste the country with fire and sword, showing clearly that it is his determination to take no step backward. His force, cavalry included, is not believed to exceed thirty thousand men; and it seems certain that, if vigorous measureat right angles to its former course in an easterly direction to Macon. Thence to Savannah, pursuing a nearly southeastern course, runs the Central railroad. At Gordon, on the Central railroad, about fifteen miles east of Macon, a branch railroad runs through Milledgeville to a place called Eatendon. This place is about fiftee