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From Georgia.

Augusta, August 10.
--Nothing occurred along the line yesterday except the usual artillery practice and firing between skirmishers. Major-General Bates received a slight flesh wound in the leg, but no serious results are apprehended.

The enemy is massing on our right and endeavoring to extend his lines in the direction of the Western railroad. A few shots were fired at the city yesterday. Brisk shelling commenced at eleven o'clock last night and continued four hours. No personal casualties are reported.

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