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ouncing Rousseau's return to Marietta, after having burnt all the railroad bridges north of Marietta and twenty miles south of it. The dispatch also says Ganaud's expedition was successful, destroying the bridges at Covington, forty miles east of Atlanta. Dispatches also say the Yankees have buried a thousand dead rebels since the late fight at Atlanta, and that the situation is favorable. A steam tug struck a shag and stink on the Mississippi river, fifteen miles below Greenville, Miss., on the 21st, losing fifty lives, principally of the Death (Federal) Missouri cavalry. McPherson's remains have arrived at Nashville, en route for Louisville. The Loyal Leaguers have been called out in Baltimore. The Baltimore and Ohio Railroad is again cut. The Washington Chronicle says the commanding generals have requested the utmost secrecy in regard to military operations, and that Grant's operations especially demand secrecy. Voorhees has been again nomin