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d. From the Army of Tennessee. The following official dispatch was received yesterday: "Headquarters Army of Tennessee, "September 6, 1864. "General B. Bragg: Sherman has continued his retreat beyond Jonesboro" "[Signed] J. B. Hood, General." Jonesboro' is on the Macon and Western railroad, twenty-two miles south of Atlanta. The object of the enemy in withdrawing from General Hood's immediate front is, probably, to re-organize his army. The fight at Greenville. We have yet received but few particulars of the fight at Greenville, Tennessee. The Lynchburg papers have a report that our forces, under General Morgan, were surprised, and that in the fight which ensued General Morgan was wounded and fell into the enemy's hands. Later intelligence represents that the General had died of his wounds, and that his body had been sent into our lines. The enemy's force was said to number about sixteen hundred. Morgan's command is represented to hav