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possession of Resaca and the railroad, and opening a free passage generally. Such is said to have been the situation on the 11th, and it is pretty clear that Sherman has pursued a policy which must eventuate in a great Federal success or a terrible failure. [from the Augusta Constitutionalist, May 18th.] By the flanking movements of Sherman the two hostile armies in our front are gradually shifting into a new situation. By private dispatches we were yesterday morning informed of the change of the telegraph office from Resaca to Calhoun. Our own correspondent writes from Calhoun, under date of Sunday, that "all the trains, hospitals, and suppl conjecture where the next heavy encounter may take place." The impression is universal that Gen. Johnston has his adversary exactly in the position for him. Sherman evidently believes that Johnston is running, and the latter knows precisely what the enemy and himself are about. If excuse or explanation were requisite to