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Movements of the enemy in the West. Atlanta, Sept. 11. --Rosecrans is moving about from place to place, but making no decided forward movement. Skirmishers are thrown out by the enemy at various places from Ringgold to Alpine. From fifteen to twenty thousand of the enemy are said to be forty miles from Rome, Georgia, their prisoners say, waiting for their wagon train.--A general engagement is not expected soon unless Gen. Bragg attacks. [second Dispatch.] Atlanta, Sept. 12. een evacuated by the citizens. The enemy's movements were slow and cautious; and at length they passed down Will's Valley, through Dade county, Ga., in considerable force to flank Bragg's army on the left, by way of Rome, and the cavalry reached Alpine, in Chattanooga county, Ga., on the Alabama line, twenty-eight miles northwest of Rome. On the 9th of September they had a skirmish with Col. Avery, commanding the 3d and 4th Georgia cavalry, who fell back after a hard fight. The movement was