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From Kentucky. Governor Johnson's proclamation — Expulsion of Southern members from the Bogus Legislature, &c. Nashville, Jan. 2. --Mr. Johnson, the Provisional Governor of Kentucky, has issued a proclamation announcing that an election will be held on the 22d inst. for Representatives to the Permanent CongressMr. Johnson, the Provisional Governor of Kentucky, has issued a proclamation announcing that an election will be held on the 22d inst. for Representatives to the Permanent Congress at Richmond. The election will be by general ticket. The Kentucky House of Representatives, at Frankfort, have expelled several members for alleged complicity with rebels. Under the confiscation act of the Kentucky Legislature, the Frankfort authorities have attached the property of Gen. Buckner, Wm. Preston, and Edward
--It is reported here that Gen. Pillow resigned his command at Columbus, a few days ago, and has gone home.
[Second Dispatch.] Nashville, Jan. 2.
--Gen. Johnson has called on the Provisional Government of Kentucky for 30,000 troops, to serve one or three years. It is understood when two or more brigades are mustered in
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