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Latest from Dalton. [from our own Correspondent] Resaca, (10 miles from Dalton,) Nov. 30. All is quiet in front. The enemy is fortifying at Ringgold. Gen. Wheeler captured in East Tennessee $200,000 worth of dry goods, which are coming South. Sallust.
From Charleston. Charleston, Nov. 30. --The Yankees fired to-day twenty two mortar shells and one riffle shot at Sumter. Eleven of the mortar shells missed. One negro man was killed last night. A great deal of signalizing was observed during the night aboard the fleet, on Morriss Island and on Black Island. No casualties to-day. [second Dispatch.] Charleston, Nov. 30. --The Yankees kept quiet last night. Only eight shots were fired at Sumter. Four struck and four misnd on Black Island. No casualties to-day. [second Dispatch.] Charleston, Nov. 30. --The Yankees kept quiet last night. Only eight shots were fired at Sumter. Four struck and four missed. [Third Dispatch] Charleston, Dec. 1. --The Yankees fired thirteen shells at the city last night. Three buildings were struck. There was very little firing on Fort Sumter. A reconnoitering party of the enemy passed through Pocolallgo on Tuesday, carrying off some 27 negroes.