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he side of their country. [We knew from the hour of the fight that the enemy was terribly slaughtered in the fights around Petersburg, but we had no idea that the slaughter was really so appalling as the above article plainly admits.] Disloyalty to old are in Kentucky. A correspondent of the Cincinnati Gazette, writes that the rebel ladies showered flowers and all sorts of good things upon Morgan's rebels, but abused the Union soldiers. This correspondent adds: When Gen Burbridge left Cynthiana he ordered the Mayor to bury the dead on both sides. As soon as Dr Train, the surgeon in charge, learned the course pursued by the Mayor, he ordered them to disinter the bodies and bury them in another part of the cemetery. This the Mayor did not do, and the surgeon leaving the post soon after the wounded having been removed, no one has enforced the demand or brought the Mayor to task for his studied insult to the Union dead. The city authorities, who are guilty of