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ment to the river resulted in the capture of three thousand prisoners, besides the recovery of a number of deserters. Great numbers are reported to a falling out of the rebel ranks at each retreat of Johnston. The morals of the rebel army is now almost as had as when Bragg was in command, and Johnston is looked upon as a repetition of the "Great retreated" Our correspondent with the 4th army corps arrived here a few days since and reports the capture of the rebel ordnance report for July 2d in which document the rebel strength is given at 17,000 cavalry and infantry. The city is full of rebel prisoners. Capt. Good win, Provost Marshal, reports the arrive of about 1400; 300 were captured south of the Kenesaw Mountain, and 141 deserters. Many of these men are of the better class of Southern soldiers, bring from South Carolina and Georgia. The majority are Tennessean and Kentuckian. We have lost only a few men in skirmishing since the 27th. There seems to have been