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members of Congress, as far is now known. Capt. Robert J. Breckinridge, son of the Presbyterian minister who thinks that women and children ought to be butchered if necessary to crush the rebellion, is elected in the Ashland District. He is a gallant gentleman, and will take a high stand in Congress. The two Bruces are elected in the seventh and ninth districts. Boyd is elected in the first and Crockett in the second. In the third, it is doubtful between Hawes and Read. In the fourth, Ewing is elected by a large majority, and Burnett gets the return in the fifth, by an overwhelming vote. The delegation is regarded as an able one, and it will faithfully reflect the will of the State rights people of "Old Kentucky." Yesterday was spent by General Floyd and Buckner in reviewing troops. The display was imposing, and the General in command was well pleased with the thorough training and preparation for marching of the various brigades. The Second Kentucky was the observed of