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The fighting in Georgia. The Atlanta Appeal, of the 20th, has the following late intelligence from the fighting in Georgia. The last account received from the front by train was on Thursday morning. Our army was in line between Case Station and Kingston. Both armies were within two miles of each other Thursday and it was reported were advancing. The reported capture of twenty two hundred Yankees by General Cleburne turns out to be untrue. There was no fighting during Thursday. The Federal soldiers have insulted and outraged the residents of the section of the country they have marched through. In the charge of Stewart's division on Sunday evening beyond Resaca a Presbyterian minister, the Rev. Mr. McMullen, Missionary to Raker's brigade, an old gentleman upwards of sixty-five years of age, gallantly went in front of the whole line, amid a perfect tornado of bullets and shells. The patriotic veteran, with his white hair streaming in the wind waved the bo