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nobody here can pretend to predict. All that can be said is that whenever he chooses to practice the motto "On to nashville," he will be met by a competent force and overwhelmed with disaster. Wherever one goes about Bowling Green, he meets with the soldiers of the Confederacy. As I came into the town at night, the camp-fires could be seen for miles in every direction. For thirty miles east, west and north the inevitable tents of the brave volunteers are pitched. The army under General Johnston is so disposed as to be most convenient to fire-wood and army supplies, and most readily mobilized in case of emergency, It may well be supposed that a great deal of skill and military genius was necessary to the perfection of these varied arrangements. When I visit the fortifications and the outposts I shall be able to present some facts, which, while I do not intend they shall be useful to the public enemy, may gratify the general wish on the part of Virginians for accurate infor