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placed the trust, we confidently believe, is better and more carefully deposited than it could be in the hands of any other man amongst us, and whatever he will do we shall look on and defend as right. But the spirit of the people must be aroused. Let there be no flagging, and if the call for defence comes home to us let us be ready for the fray. "To do or die" in obedience to the mandates of our General, who does all for the best, must be our battle cry. A bulletin, dated Atlanta, June 4th, says: Since yesterday afternoon a constant, penetrating rain has been falling, and with little indication at this writing of a cessation. The rains, no doubt, will materially interfere with military operations in front for a day or two. We hear of firing in the direction of Marietta this morning, and no additional reports have reached us from the field. From the "situation" article of the Chattanooga Gazette, of the 29th ult, which lies before us, we learn that rumors are in