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The Courier also learns that large forces at concentrating at Lexington, Ky., in views, a speedy advance on Zeigler's forces. A division of Sherman's forces is at Louisville, actively engaged in pushing forward his forces. There appears to be much enthusiasm to the North in regard to Kentucky, and it is the general determination to make her the battle-ground. Sherman's column is reinforce by one or two regiments from the North daily. Sherman issued an order at Louisville, on the 9th inst., in which he says that the chief in the different departments of his military department are directed to make estimates at once for funds adequate to supplying an arm of 60,000 men. A dispatch from Jefferson City, dated on the 8th inst., says that Col. Mathews had telegraphed to Gov. Gamble from Herman, saying that he was compelled to surrender his camp, with 400 men with three cannon, to superior force. Union men from Lexington, Mo., deny that there has been any session of th
From Washington. Memphis, Oct. 13. --Special dispatches appear in the Western papers received, with dates from Washington to the 9th inst. They state that the imbroglio between Fremont and Blair continues, and that two of the Blairs are still prisoners. The Potomac river is very full, preventing the passing of the Confederates. A Federal reconnaissance reports that the rebels are at least 100,000 strong, and are occupying their former positions. Gen. Smith has advanced from the Chain Bridge, and is now occupying Lewinsville.