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tory and the expulsion of the foe from our State. [Fourth Dispatch.] Atlanta, Aug. 2. --All quiet around the lines this morning. The enemy shelled the city for half an hour last evening. Our army is much elated at the deafest of the raiders in their rear. The enemy is still massing towards our left. Nashville papers of the 29th mention the death of McPherson. The Yankees estimate their losses in the battle of the 23d at 2,500. Geary's, Ward's, Williams's, McCook's, Newton's, Johnson's and Thomas's Federal divisions were engaged. A special to the New York times, of the 27th, says that Morgan has joined Early and Breckinridge. Senator Mallory, of Ky., was killed by a soldier on the 27th. Edwin Poschal, an editor of the Nashville press, was arrested on the 25th ult., and gave bond in the sum of $5,000. [Fifth Dispatch.] Macon, August 3, 1864. --Trains from Atlanta arrive and depart regularly on time. Affairs there wear the usual aspe