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e that the spring and summer of 1864 will constitute an eventful period, the issue of which will depend on ourselves. To those who listen to syren voices which undervalue the foe it may be disastrous. To those who think nothing has been done, while everything remains to be done, and who grow more energetic, more vigorous, more determined, as we near the end, we predict a speedy and complete success. We have received the intelligence that Johnston's army has fallen back from Dalton beyond Kingston, and probably to Atlanta. At a glance this seems to accord with our general view. They have sent additional forces to Longstreet, feeling sure that just now Grant's principal attention is directed in that quarter, and that he will hardly advance southward on their line of retreat. We are informed that Morgan, who it was rumored threatened to cut the communications between Chattanooga and Knoxville, is really going to make a raid in Eastern Kentucky with seven regiments of cavalry. K