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caped after Colonel Johnson's surrender, arrived here to-day. They give numerous accounts of the affair. They state that they were on picket, wanted to fight, knocked over the flag-bearer, and, after the surrender, refused to stay caught. Ringgold and the intermediate points have been strengthened by General Schofield. We have nothing definite as to Sherman's whereabouts. He is known to be energetically at work to open, and keep open, the route to Atlanta, no matter what rebel column intervenes. Another telegram, dated 9 P. M. of the same day, says: Our forces to-day re-occupied Ringgold and the block-house, three miles in advance, and found the railroad and bridges safe. It is generally believed that Dalton, with the Forty-sixth colored, surrendered to Hood's army yesterday, but nothing official is received. There is no communication yet with General Sherman. There was an abundance of supplies at Atlanta, in anticipation of such a movement by the rebels.