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Latest from Atlanta.

Atlanta, August 25.
--For some cause, the Yankee batteries are silent this morning, Last night a shell struck the Presbyterian Church, on Marietta street, and exploded in the basement, where a number of citizens had sought shelter.

A fragment of shell cut off the arm of a citizen lying in bed in the basement. No other casualties reported.

The enemy has again destroyed the Georgia railroad below Decatur.

Lieutenant-Colonel G. R. Henry, Jr., has been temporarily appointed Provost-Marshal-General of the army. Colonel G. W. Gordon, of the Eleventh Tennessee regiment, has been appointed Brigadier-General and assigned to the command of Vaughan's brigade.

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