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s report that three Yankee corps have crossed the Etowah on the road to Dallas, and are still crossing. They march in close order, with no straggling, and are ready at any time for a fight. McPherson occupied Dallas Tuesday evening. There was alight skirmishing that afternoon and Wednesday morning with Polk's corps. The Yankees levy heavy contributions an they march, and burn all the mills, factories, and residences. Where the owners have left they destroy everything. [Second Dispatch.] Atlanta, May 26. --The army having advanced from the line of the railroad westward, our information comes more irregular. The firing heard last evening and again to-day is supposed to have been about thirty miles from here, between Marietta and Dallas. The Press reporters have gone to the front. Gov. Brown is here with the State reserve troops. There is a feeling of hopeful confidence among all parties. No communications have been received from Gen Johnston's army to day.