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y fight, in which we were victorious, took place in East Georgia on Tuesday. The Yankee cavalry, under Kilpatrick, were attempting to cross the Savannah river, when they were attacked by Wheeler, and, after an obstinate fight, driven back in the direction of Millen, losing very heavily. Kilpatrick himself was at one time so closely pressed as to lose his hat, which was recovered by one of our troopers. This trophy should be laid up in lavender with Pope's coat, Washburne's pantaloons and Dahlgren's wooden leg. Sherman's main army is moving towards the coast, and a battle is expected. From North Alabama. The following official dispatch was received yesterday. "Macon, November 27, 1864. "General S. Cooper. "General Roddy reports from Corinth, on the 26th that the enemy evacuated Decatur, burning his large storehouse, filled with provisions and ammunition, harness and pack saddles. Fifteen pontoon boats were accrued by Colonel Wind, who pressed the enemy clo