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ront. [Fifth Dispatch.] Chattahoochee, July 6. --There has been very little skirmishing to day. The enemy is cautiously feeling his way. They yesterday burnt the paper mills at Roswell. A Yankee Major and ten privates were brought in this evening. [Sixth Dispatch.] Chattahoochee River, July 6. --All quiet this morning. The enemy yesterday burnt the dwelling at the Junction of the Atlanta and Decatur Road. Some prisoners were brought in last evening, among them Lieut. George Scott, of the 10th Indiana. [Seventh Dispatch.] Chattahoochee River, July 7. --With the exemption of occasional skirmishing and shelling by our batteries on the east bank of the river, at Turner's ferry, responded to by those of the enemy opposite, all is quiet along the lines. Among the prisoners brought in to-day are Col Sherman, Gen. Howard's chief of staff, and his orderly. The Colonel was captured by our pickets while making a reconnaissance of our lines and works.
-day, and our forces under Wirt Adams are fighting them. Another column is said to be moving simultaneously from Natchez. [Second Dispatch.] Meridian, July 7. --The Yankees left Jackson yesterday afternoon. No private property was destroyed. The object of the expedition was to destroy-the railway between Jackson and Canton. Telegraphic communication with Jackson is renewed. [Third Dispatch.] Jackson, July 7. --The enemy, estimated at 4,000, occupied this place till 4 P. M., when they evacuated, moving back on the Clinton road. Our forces are in their front and flank. There was a severe fight from daylight to 7 o'clock th Many of the citizen are left without a single servant. No damage was done to the railroad or telegraph. [Fourth Dispatch.] Clinton, July 4, (via Mobile, July 7th.) --The steamer Iago, loaded with cotton, was captured and burned by our troops in Arkansas river. All registered enemies remaining in New Orleans are
From Petersburg. Petersburg July 7. --The day has been unusually quiet, with scarcely any sharp-shooting and little or no shelling. The weather is extremely warm, and the roads deep in dust.