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The Daily Dispatch: November 11, 1861., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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truth of which will be verified, should he ever come in contact with Gen. Buckner's forces. Kentucky Horsemen. The Memphis Appeal says: Amongst the Kentuckians who have sold themselves for Yankee gold, we observe the names of Saunders Bruce and Capt. Worley, of Lexington — both well known to the ranchmen of the South, Bruce is to command a regiment of Lincolnites — a position for which he is eminently qualified by his thorough knowledge of all matters connected with the running Bruce is to command a regiment of Lincolnites — a position for which he is eminently qualified by his thorough knowledge of all matters connected with the running stock of the country. Worley's position has not been assigned him, but we hear he has applied for permission to sell pools on the next Bull Run Races. "How much for the favorite? Go it, Worley; percentage is bound to tell." Concentration of Federal forces in Kentucky. The Bowling Green correspondent of the New Orleans Picayune says: The evacuation of the Kanawha Valley by the Federals doubtless looks to a large increase of their forces in this State. Rosencranz, Cox, Reynold<