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nforcements. The attack was met and repulsed, the enemy losing some two hundred dead and more than one thousand wounded and prisoners. Our loss was about seven hundred in the aggregate.--The enemy captured the small garrisons at Big Shanty and Ackworth and burned about seven miles of our railroad; but we have at Altoona and Atlanta an abundance of provisions. Hood, observing our approach, has moved rapidly back to Dallas and Van Wirt, and I am watching him in case he tries to reach Kingston or Rome. Atlanta is perfectly secure to us, and this army is better off than in camp. W. T. Sherman, Major-General. The advance of General Price into Missouri. On Friday, the 8th instant, General Price had advanced to within ten miles of Jefferson City. The Herald says: On Saturday morning the rebels drew up in line of battle in front of the Union works, but the shelling of our batteries was too severe for them, and they drew off and moved westward, being followed for s