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The fighting in Northern Georgia--retreat of the enemy. Dalton, Feb. 26. --Yesterday Stewart's and Davidson's divisions did the principal part of the fighting. Breckinridge's old division was partly engaged. The enemy were repulsed everywhere and fell back on our right. Some skirmishing along the centre to day. Two Yankee mounted regiments, supported by an infantry division, attempting to flank our left, occupied the gap three miles from Dalton, on the new Lafayette road, last night. Smith's Texas brigade drove them out. This morning, by hospital record, our loss in wounded is 151, including Col. Curtis, of the 41st Georgia, and three Liing. They robbed the citizens of Tunnel Hill, and burnt several houses. Patton, Anderson, and Bate have been appointed Major-Generals. Tunnel Hill, via Dalton,Feb. 27. --The enemy passed through here last night at 12 o'clock, and will probably not make a stand this side of Chickamauga. One division of Hindman's corps h
Northern news. Dalton, Feb. 27. --The Nashville papers of the 23d have been received. It is reported in Chattanooga that Johnston has advanced from Dalton, and that his lines are thrown forward ten miles. A dispatch from Huntsville, dated the 20th, says official information has been received that the rebels, supposed to be Roddy's command, had attempted to cross the Tennessee river at three different points, but were driven back by Dodge's troops. Swarms of guerillas areDalton, and that his lines are thrown forward ten miles. A dispatch from Huntsville, dated the 20th, says official information has been received that the rebels, supposed to be Roddy's command, had attempted to cross the Tennessee river at three different points, but were driven back by Dodge's troops. Swarms of guerillas are reported in the vicinity of Cairo, Ill, burning cotton gins. The Federal force at Vidalia, La, were recently attacked and driven in by Dick Taylor, but the gunboats came to their relief and scattered the rebels. The Nashville Union, of the 23d, says that Longstreet has not left East Tennessee, but is strengthening his position; that he is not such a fool as to abandon East Tennessee, the only strategies point from which the rebels can operate successfully during the spring campaign.