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Our victory at Kennesa W Mountain, We are again under obligations to the Southern Express Company for files of Atlanta papers to the 30th June. the Intelligencer has the following account, from its correspondent, of the defeat of Sherman's army on the 27th: The game of blood and life for the possession of Atlanta commenced yesterday. Early in the morning the Yankee pickets made a general advance on our vidette line, which they easily drove in, and soon became holly engaged with our first entrenched line of skirmishers. Fight on Cleburn's line. Finding that our skirmishers would not retire, the Yankees buried up their lines of battle on our centre and opposite Cleburn's and Cheatham's line. They moved up in large force on the first named division, and charging them, carried the entrenchments held by our skirmishers, and rushed on the main works. With loud cheering they rushed on our men and endeavored to carry the works. A terrible volicy of musketry belched out