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From Northern Georgia. Atlanta, Sept. 26. --The train last night from Ringgold ran off the track four miles above Marietta, and is not yet in. No lives lost. Mr. Adair writes from Ringgold, yesterday, to the Confederacy, that General Wheeler, with his cavalry, is over the river, and Gen. Forrest is in the right placch of General Burnside, with forty thousand reinforcements. A heavy Confederate force was before Chattanooga and Harrison. [Second Dispatch.] Atlanta, Sept. 26. --Our lines extend around Chattanooga within striking distance of the enemy. Our forces are well up to the front.--Full supplies of commissary and ho days on short rations. The bridge over the East Chickamauga river is repaired, and trains will go to our lines to-morrow. [third Dispatch.] Atlanta. Sept. 26. --Officers from Gen. Hood's division train, just in, report that they left Lookout Mountain yesterday morning. That important position was then held by H
The defeat of Rosecran's army at the North. Mobile Sept. 26. --The Advertiser and Register has a special dispatch from Senatobia, which says: Northern papers are mournful over Rosecrans's defeat. They acknowledge a loss of thirty thousand. The insurance companies will not insure the Mississippi river steamer. All quiet in Arkansas.
From Texas and Louisiana. Atlanta, Sept. 26. --A special to the Appeal, from Canton, Miss, dated 24th, says: The Memphis Bulletin, of the 23d, states that Magruder had whipped Franklin's Yankee corps, taking many prisoners sinking two gunboats, and disabling several transports. at Sabine Pass.--Franklin returned to New Orleans. [another Dispatch.] Mobile, Sept. 26. --The New Orleans Era says that a most disastrous reverse to the Federals in Louisiana has occurred. ny prisoners sinking two gunboats, and disabling several transports. at Sabine Pass.--Franklin returned to New Orleans. [another Dispatch.] Mobile, Sept. 26. --The New Orleans Era says that a most disastrous reverse to the Federals in Louisiana has occurred. This concurs with the rumors that Gen. Weitzed had been defeated and killed by Gen. Dick Taylor, at Napoleon, La.--[The particulars of this Confederate victory were published from the Northern papers on Friday last.-- Rep.]
From Charleston. Charleston, Sept. 26. --The Yankees have worked very little at their batteries to-day. Our fire is keeping them close under cover. Our mortars on Sullivan's Island work admirably. The shells are thrown with accuracy and fall with accuracy in the middle of the enemy's batteries at nearly every fire. There was again considerable motion in the fleet to-day. It is supposed that Admiral Farragut was visiting each vessel. [Second Dispatch.] Charleston, Sept. 27. --The enemy is evidently attempting to make himself impregnable on Morris Island. Besides enlarging and strengthening batteries Gregg and Wagner, he has created pale sales around his works, to guard against any effort on our part to take the island by assault. The enemy has teams of mules constantly transporting supplies, &c, from South Island to Cumming's Point, notwithstanding our fire. Our James Island batteries were shelling the enemy briskly last night.
From the Rapidan. Gordonsville, Sept. 26. --No movements of the enemy have been reported to-day. A strong brigade of Yankees went to Germania Ford yesterday. An immense wagon train was at Mitchell's Station yesterday. The main fortifications of the enemy are supposed to be at Cedar Run.