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: A scout (I will not vouch for his reliability) has just reached this place, who reports that he is from the neighborhood of Chattanooga, that he has reconnoitered the line of the Georgia State road as far as Marietta, and observed carefully the movements of the enemy, and that he has the entire situation under the crown of his hat. Three corps of the Federal army, he assures me, have returned to Atlanta. The advance guard left Graysville, a little village sixteen miles from the Tennessee river and six from Ringgold, on the evening of the 27th of October. They had made a rendezvous up and down the railway from Chickamauga to Graysville the week previous, and waited only for the shipment of supplies. General Sherman, who had gone to Washington and got back to Nashville, made arrangements to leave Thomas in command in Middle Tennessee, and then took the cars for Atlanta, saying, according to a letter in the Cincinnati Commercial, "that he had settled Hood's hash." He reached Ch