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ent. [third Dispatch.] New Hope, June 4 --In the action on the 24, on our left, the enemy's loss was 1,500 killed and wounded. Seven or eight shells passed through the headquarters of Gen. Thomas Ewing. The enemy are fortifying Kingston and the river four miles below. Their troops are much disheartened, but were told that after reaching Altoona they would meet with no further opposition in their much to Atlanta. Exaggerated accounts of our loss have been circulated among themy Stevenson and Cleburne was very severe. A portion of the 17th army corps are now on their way from trans-Mississippi to reinforce Sherman. It has reached Van Buren, Ala. All tranquil here. The weather cool and rainy. [Fourth Dispatch.] New Hope, June 4 --All quiet during last night and this morning. A heavy rain is falling. Four regiments of Yankees were mustered out of service at Kingston on Thursday. The term of service of 18,000 will expire in twenty days.