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from Marietta says that unusual quiet prevailed along the lines on the 29th, the enemy being permitted to bury their fast purifying dead. As the facts of Gen. Hardee's great victory are brought to light, they prove that it was at first much underrated. The enemy admit a loss of fifteen hundred in front of Cleburne's Division, and a loss in killed along the front of that and Cheatham's Division of seven hundred and fifty. Five hundred ambulances were counted from the summit of Kennesaw mountain transporting their wounded to Big Shanty from in front of Gen. Hardee's Corps — their loss along the line of that corps is estimated at four thousand, and about the same in front of Gen. Loring's. The Yankee Generals Dan. McCook and Harker were certainly killed. Charleston. The latest advices we have from Charleston are to the 25th ult, the three hundred and fifty third day of the "siege." Matters were progressing pretty much as usual, and the city and Fort Sumter continu