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that his army is concentrated along the West Point road "between East Point and Fairburn. " This intelligence is significant of an active camows the course of the Chattahoochee from northeast to southwest. East Point is distant six miles from Atlanta. Fairburn is twelve miles farto occupy the West Point road, and menace the Macon road (south of East Point) he has withdrawn his army from the east and north of Atlanta andapers hints which squint at a movement on our left; that is, upon East Point, the junction of the Macon and Montgomery roads, six miles from t retreat. But, be it remembered, we are as strongly fortified at East Point, and thence along the line of the railroad to the city, as we aretlanta. Sherman will be compelled to attack our works if he gain East Point; and no fear is felt for the result. So that if the movement is artillery commenced crossing the West Point road four miles below East Point, and that they were entrenching as they advanced. They were, it