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d have effect — seems to have been done. A clergyman, who was at Rome, Georgia, under sentence of exile to the North, could not go in consequence of the road above there being destroyed; and upon applying to the Yankee general commanding, he was informed that Tunnel Hill had been blown up by our cavalry. The prisoners and deserters who are brought in at Atlanta tell different stories of how Sherman is affected by this raid. Two deserters brought in on the 24th said they were drafted at Dayton, Ohio, recently, and sent forward to Chattanooga--one of them in irons; that they left Chattanooga on Monday last, with five train loads of troops for Sherman's front, and that the whole body of reinforcements passed through without hearing of Wheeler or being detained by any break in the road. They also said they were not assigned to any command until they reached the front, as was the case with many of those who came down with them. They made no complaints of the subsistence furnished the a