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rp,v TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. ACCOUCHEMENT OF THE CROWN PRINCESS OF PRUSSIA. BERLIN, THURSDAY, 1 P.M. Her Royal Highness the Crown Princess of Prussia- gave birth to a Prince at noon to-day. Her Royal, Highness and the infant Prince are doing well. AMERICA. Official Export of the Pall of Atlanta. NEW YORK, SEPT. 7. Mr. Stanton announces the receipt of General Sher- man's report of the capture of Atlanta, dated 3rd inst., 26 miles south of Atlanta. Sherman withdrew on the- 30th ult. from around Atlanta, and reached a point to strike the Macon-road, Howard with the right being near Jonesboro', Schofield with the left near Rough and Ready, and Thomas with the centre at Couch';?, The Federals, finding the enemy at Jonesboro', en. trenched themselves. Sherman meeting with strong opposition along the road, advanced his left and centre to the railroad, and broke the railroad from Eough and Ready down to Howard's left, near Jonesboro'. By the same movement Sherman interposed his army between Atla,nta and that portion of the enemy en- trenched at Jonesboro'. There Sherman made a gene- ral attack upon the enemy, capturing their works, 10 guns, and 1,000 prisoners. The Confederates retreated south during the night, Sherman following the enemy to their lines near Lovejoy's Station. Hood, at Atlanta, finding Sherman on his only road of supply, and between him and part of his army, re- treated during the night from Atlanta, after blowing up the magazines. The 20th Corps of the Federal army then occupied the city. Sherman states that since May the 5th his army has been constantly in battle or skirmish, and needed rest. Sherman's losses are 1,200 men. He has 1,500 prisoners. No news has been received from Sherman since the 4th, telegraphic communication between Atlanta and Nashville having been cut. Wheeler has damaged the railroad in Sherman's rear. It is reported that Wheeler has been driven off. Farragut and Granger are actively preparing for the attack on Mobile. President Lincoln has ordered a day of thanksgiving. or the victories at Atlanta and Mobile, and has tendered his thanks to Admiral Farragut and General Sherman. Salutes have been ordered in honour of the victories. General Gillam has surprised and killed the guerilla General Morgan at Greenville, Tennessee, capturing his staff. Early is still confronting Sheridan in the Shenan- doah Valley. The draft in New York and Brooklyn will not take place. It is reported that General Fremont has withdrawn his name as presidential candidate. Reported Surrender of Mobile. NEW. YORK, SEPT. 10. The World contains a report that according to news received from deserters Admiral Farragut's fleet passed Dog River bar after a brief shelling, and Mobile surrendered, the Confederates withdrawing t&- the interior."

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