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n new lines. Our move, already made, transfers it from about Atlanta to the country between Blue mountain and the Atlanta and Chattanooga railroad. Atlanta will never again be the scene of conflictxty miles; to Dalton, one hundred; to Chattanooga, one hundred and forty. The distance from Blue mountain to Rome is fifty-three miles; to Kingston, seventy; to Dalton, seventy-five; to Chattanooga,nus is too far from the enemy's line to serve as a convenient base for us. The distance from Blue mountain to the Yankee line of communication in Georgia, the Chattanooga and Atlanta railroad, is aboticable in tolerable weather and roads.--Our army cannot remain nearer the enemy's line than Blue mountain. Our operations then, must, for the present, be limited to frequent raids upon his railroadsed, and our army covers that. He cannot reach it without encountering our army. If he had Blue mountain he could not hold it twenty days for want of supplies. Forrest. Forrest is operating