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of Hill's corps and address them to-morrow. From the Southwest. Dalton, March 29. --Our last advices from the front report the enemy quiet. Wheeler's cavalry are vigilantly watching the denouement of the late Yankee prospective campaign. Gen. Johnston is, no doubt, fully advised of their movements. The story of Sherman's having taken up his headquarters at Nashville is regarded as a blind to control Grant's "On to Richmond," and to enable Thomas to hold Johnston in check. s of Hill's corps and address them to-morrow. From the Southwest. Dalton, March 29. --Our last advices from the front report the enemy quiet. Wheeler's cavalry are vigilantly watching the denouement of the late Yankee prospective campaign. Gen. Johnston is, no doubt, fully advised of their movements. The story of Sherman's having taken up his headquarters at Nashville is regarded as a blind to control Grant's "On to Richmond," and to enable Thomas to hold Johnston in check.