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ay evening, (19th,) he was mistaken in announcing that Johnston retreated across the Chattahoochee river. He had simply thrown back his flank and evacuated the works in front of Kenesaw Mountain. He still holds the mountain itself, with his flanks resting on Moses creek. The Federal troops pressed him cross yesterday, but the continued rains are said to have rendered all movements almost impracticable. The Siege of Charleston. Gen Foster reports that he has been notified by General Jones, in command of the defences of Charleston, that five general officers, prisoners of war, have been placed in Charleston under the Federal fire. Gen Foster has protested against the crucify of this act, and asks that an equal number of Confederate officers of the same rank may be sent to him that he may place them under the enemy's fire. His request has been acceded to. Miscellaneous. Secretary Chase reports that the present aggregate of the public debt, including all the legal