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on of Covington. A letter from an officer at Greeneville, East Tennessee, says that John Morgan left that point for Knoxville. Trains are running regularly from Bristol to Greeneville. The situation around Atlanta is unchanged. The enemy shelled the city at intervals all night. All quiet this morning, except occasional picket skirmishing. A lady was killed near the Express office last evening by a shell, and a soldier lost a leg. [Second Dispatch.] Atlanta, August 24. --Another large conflagration occurred this evening on Alabama street, destroying a large warehouse and several dwellings. The fire was caused by a shell. The Yankee batteries, during the fire, shelled that portion of the city with great rapidity. Prisoners report that Sherman's army continues well fed. Citizens from Marietta report that Federal officers claim that there are twenty days provisions at that place. The Eighth brigade given McCloskey one hundred and fifty majority over Snead.