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f precious time. In these daily skirmishes, during such demonstrations, a good many wounds are received on both sides.--However, they are being regarded only as skirmishes, and absolutely insignificant considering the magnitude of the two armies. The lines are with in a hundred and fifty and two hundred yards of each other; close enough truly to precipitate a general engagement, yet seems reluctant to make the grunge. On our side there are various reasons, needless to mention, why Gen Johnston should not bring on the attack, unless with all the advantage. But the Yankees cannot wait so well upon Sherman. --It is time he was accomplishing at least a little of the something he set out to accomplish. to lay siege to Marolla for two or three weeks is not assisting to any alarming extent the political fortunes of Lincoln and Andrew Johnson. Sherman came to take Atlanta and we are willing that he shall have a fair trial, only if he will come out of the ravines and take the whippin
From North Georgia. Marietta, June 21. --The enemy's right attacked our left yesterday, under General Harder, and were repulsed with great slaughter. We captured sixty prisoners. Among them Lieut Col. Watson, of the 40th Ohio.--Three deserters, who desired to be employed in any capacity, also came in. Gen Johnston, as well as the whole army, is anxious for an engagement.