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From the army of Tennessee. Dalton, Feb. 25. --Our army is in line of battle at Tunnel Hill. There was a sharp engagement yesterday between Clayton's brigade and the enemy, lasting half the day. Wolford's cavalry, backed by a regiment of infantry, attacked our line, and were repulsed three times. A hundred Yankee saddles were emptied. In the first assault our ten-inch rifled Parrott did great execution. One cavalry and two infantry brigades of Yankees are at Lafayette. [second Dispatch.] Dalton, Feb. 25, P. M. --There has been heavy artillery skirmishing along the lines all day, with occasional volleys of musketry. Both sides are evidently manœuvering for position. Casualties trifling. [third Dispatch.] Dalton, Feb. 26. --The enemy have disappeared from our front, retreating towards Chattanooga. Wheeler is in pursuit. A dispatch from him, three miles this side of Ringgold, announces the capture of several prisoners. The Yankee forc
Affairs in Mississippi. Atlanta, Feb. 26th. --A special dispatch to the Appeal, dated Artesia, Feb. 25th, says the Yankees have left Pontotoc. Gholson following, routed and scattered the enemy. Gen. Forrest had two horses killed under him, and killed two Yankees with his sabre. We lost as many officers as men killed. Shermen's advance has reached Pearl river.
From Charleston. Charleston, Feb. 25. --One hundred and forty-six shots were fired at the city during the last twenty-four hours, ending at five o'clock this evening. The enemy are erecting a battery on Dixon's Island, commanding Schooner creek, opposite Secessionville.
The Victory in Florida. Charleston, February 25. --The prisoners taken in Florida represent that their forces were much demoralized in consequence of their defeat, and the loss of a great number of officers in the engagement.