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mp Douglas, (Lincolnites,) says: We last night learned through some thirty five Union men, who scattered through the woods and arrived here from Pike county, that the rebels have come into Prestonsburg in force, from Virginia, to the number of seven thousand, well armed and equipped, and have extended their pickets down near Peach Orchard, forty miles from this place. Every person is fleeing before them. Do whatever you can in men and arms. I have just received a letter from Major Thomas D. Green, of Portsmouth. He says the Government will do all that can be done. The Union men are pouring in large numbers, but we have neither supplies nor arms. Mr. Gallop, who has been to Louisville for Col. Moore's regiment, reports seventeen regiments ahead of him for supplies, and that they cannot be furnished. Prestonsburg is sixty five miles up the Big Sandy, and Piketon is one hundred and five miles up the same. Prestonsburg is in Floyd county, and is connected with Abing