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rce on both wings are going on at the same time--one by Lafayette, arriving at Resaca, and one by Spring Place and the old Federal road to East Tennessee, arriving at Cartersville. Gen. Johnston has foiled every attempt to flank him, and embraced every opportunity to punish the enemy. The respective casualties to last night were: Ours, about 2,500; the Yankees, 12,000 to 15,000. Yesterday afternoon sharp skirmishing was going on at 4 o'clock, three miles above Adairsville. The Yankees were severely punished at the time the attack was made at Rome, and repulsed. The Yankee force on the old Federal road was reported about fifteen miles from Kingston yesterday afternoon. Our army meets every new development of the enemy with admirable spirit, having implicit confidence in Gen. Johnston. No one entertains a doubt of the final result. Yankee prisoners confirm the surrender of Banks, and say it was published in Northern papers received in Sherman's army.