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hat about one hundred Federal cavalry made their appearance at Social Circle on Thursday and burned the railroad platform. It is not believed that they have come down any farther than the Circle. Their infantry encamped at or near Old Sheffield's on Wednesday night, and from their movements it is thought they are en route for Eatonton. It is also reported that they have burned Monticello and Hillsboro', which, if true, indicates clearly that they design tapping the Central railroad at Gordon, or some other point. The passenger train on the Georgia road yesterday only came from Union Point. The Augusta Constitutionalist, taking the Georgia view of the situation and Sherman's position, says: His position in Atlanta becoming perilous; his ability to hold it long by force extremely doubtful; he resolves, in a moment of desperation, upon one of the boldest and most daring movements of the war, that of marching his army through the heart of our country to a point of se