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y engaged the enemy. Their lines on the night have been advanced nearly a mile, with a view probably to ulterior operations. Operations to-morrow will show. Our batteries from Mission Ridge replied vigorously. Weather threatening. [Press Dispatches.] Atlanta, Nov. 23. --Advices by the 4 o'clock A. M. trains afford nothing new or interesting. The usual shelling has been kept up on our immediate front. None but those belonging to the army are allowed to go beyond Kingston. The hospitals here have been cleared of all who can be removed without risk. [Second Dispatch.] Atlanta, Nov. 24. --Yesterday afternoon the enemy advanced in force from Chattanooga, drove in our pickets, and made a demonstration of battle. He was received with spirit by our lines and at night both armies faced each other in line of battle. Rumors from the front to-day speak of severe fighting, but no particulars have been received. The Yankees at Knoxville have fortifi