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ught to Europe, and with any two European armies, face to face, one or the other would inevitably give way before there had been a of the carnage that marked the assaults of Thursday, Friday and Saturday last. From Northern Georgia. Gen Sherman's dispatch of Tuesday evening (21st) states that, in spite of very heavy rains, his front has been pushed forward, and an important position gained by Gen Howard. A desperate at tack was made by the enemy the night previous to regain his old , of Stanley's division, on Monday night, in which the rebels lost seven hundred men, two hundred being left dead in Whittaker's front. A heavy artillery fire followed the attack under which our position was fortified and made quittance. Gen Sherman reports that his cavalry is now across Noonday creek, and a portion of his intently across Mosescreek. He says that the fighting was very severe, and the resistance offered by the enemy stubborn and protracted. Heavy advance in Corp.