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and Western road, for damage may be done in half a day at the tunnel which weeks will not repair. General Schofield came down from Knoxville yesterday morning and went to Dalton. There he received dispatches from General Sherman, at above Kingston, advising him not to attempt to get through to the front. General Schofield, in company with Brigadier- Generals Rice and Sprague, of the Army of the Tennessee, went back to Cleveland, ordered the evacuation of that point, and came down here tohe safety of this post. Hood's army, were it as strong and enthusiastic as when he took it in hand last July, could make no impression on the immense strength of these forts, garrisoned as they are now. Two days ago, General Sherman was at Kingston. when insurance rates on the rebel stock of provisions at Rome must have gone up somewhat. Sherman could leave force enough at Atlanta to whip Hood's army and bring force enough in pursuit to whip it. To-day he cannot be far behind the rebels;