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Skirmish near Lafayette, Etc. Atlanta, Ga., Sept. 17. --A special dispatch to the Intelligencer, dated 16th, from Resaca, states that heavy firing was heard Sunday, which proceeded from a skirmish nine miles north of Lafayette. The enemy was driven back by Stewart's artillery, Cheatham's division. No loss on our side. The enemy's loss was considerable, including thirty prisoners. On the same day Wheeler had a skirmish near Summerville, and drove the enemy back two and a half miles, capturing twenty prisoners. The enemy has a large force of mounted infantry in this neighborhood. The late movements in Wills Valley were only made with the intention of getting possession of Chattanooga, where Rosecrans is now fortifying, evidently not choosing to risk a battle. Hand cars are running to Cleveland, Tenn. All are sanguine.
From Charleston. Charleston, Sept. 17. --The equinoctial gale came on last night with considerable violence, and still continues. The monitors are not in sight this morning. All quiet. [second Dispatch.] Charleston, Sept. 17th. --The storm has continued with intervals all day.--Everything is perfectly quiet to-night. The enemy's fleet has withdrawn to smoother waters. From Charleston. Charleston, Sept. 17. --The equinoctial gale came on last night with considerable violence, and still continues. The monitors are not in sight this morning. All quiet. [second Dispatch.] Charleston, Sept. 17th. --The storm has continued with intervals all day.--Everything is perfectly quiet to-night. The enemy's fleet has withdrawn to smoother waters.