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cover their retreat. The entire army, we are told by this writer, started immediately in pursuit, and orders were at once given that the cars should proceed to Marietta, "which place," adds the writer, "we shall undoubtedly occupy to-night." Thus far the Tribune correspondent. Turning now to the Southern Telegrams, we learn that on the following day (the 20th) General Sherman attacked Johnston's left, commanded by Hamlet, and (if we may elect the report from Marlette, dated on the 21st,) was repulsed with great slaughter. No further attempt at assault appears to have been made until Monday last, on which day, as General Sherman reports to the War Department at Washington, he attacked the enemy's position on Kennesaw Mountain at two separate points, and was repulsed in both instances with a very heavy loss in general field officers, whilst the casualties of the rank and fire are estimated at two thousand five hundred men; or, as Secretary Stanton states it, between two