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his barbarous treatment our informant says that the spirit of our people there is as determined as ever before in its loyalty to the South.--The women especially exhibit no sign of yielding to the vandal foe; on the contrary, while they have to endure, they bid defiance to their vile oppressors: They have to submit, but they scorn and spit at the thieving vandals. The Atlanta Appeal says: A gentleman well known in this city, who left Cartersville, Ga., on Sunday last, reports that the Federals were shipping off the sick and wounded, and hospitals from that point towards Chattanooga, and all who had affiliated with the Yankees were selling off their personal effects. This, in connection with the burning of factories and mills indicates a movement either forward or rears aid of Sherman's army. The gentleman also states that, had Johnston remained three days longer at Kennesaw Mountain, Sherman would have retreated. The Federals admit that they have lost five to our one.