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Northern papers of the 8th instant have been received. The news is interesting. The following is Stanton's bulletin to Dix. War Departments, Washington, October 7 A. M. Major General Dix, New York: In a recent dispatch, it was mentioned that Major General Sherman was taking measures to protect his communications from the rebel forces operating against them. Dispatches received last night show the fulfilment of this expectation. Major General George H. Thomas was sentMajor General Dix, New York: In a recent dispatch, it was mentioned that Major General Sherman was taking measures to protect his communications from the rebel forces operating against them. Dispatches received last night show the fulfilment of this expectation. Major General George H. Thomas was sent to Nashville to organize troops in his district and drive Forrest from our line, while the attention of General Sherman was directed to the movements of the main rebel army in the vicinity of Atlanta. On the 4th of October, the rebels had captured Big Shanty, but they were followed closely up by General Sherman. On the 6th, a severe engagement was fought by our forces under General John E. Smith, and the rebel forces under General French, in which the rebels were driven from the field with h