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cotton, two flour mills, two rolling mills, two tanneries, one saw mill, an extensive foundry, several machine shops, together with the railroad depots and storehouses, four pontoon bridges, built by General Corse's pioneer corps for use on the Coosa and Etowah rivers, and a substantial trestle bridge nearly completed for use, were destroyed.--This trestle was constructed by the engineer corps, and, I am told, would have cost fifty thousand dollars North. Recollecting the gross outrages whict when the musketry rattles. All the barracks were laid in ashes, and a black veil of dense smoke hung over the war-desolated city nearly all day, arising from the smouldering ruins. A few of the enemy's cavalry scouts hove in sight south of Coosa river, on Cemetery Hill, just as our rear guard was withdrawing, evidently for the purpose of watching our movements. A few shots were exchanged, but the river intervening, prevented the following up our rear guard to harass our operations. We str