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ade to save anything out their cannon, which was hauled off Col. Garfield dispatched his cavalry in pursuit.--They expect to capture the guns and perhaps pick up many of the living rebels. The rebels in Northeastern Kentucky, from the high estimate in which Marshall's military abilities were held, had strong hopes of success under his leadership. A sufficient Federal force will be left in this region to secure its future peace and safety. Lane's Brutal plans endorsed by General M'Clellan. The New York Evening Post's Washington correspondent says, that Gen. Lane has, in several interviews with the President, discussed his plans, and that, in a conversation with Gen. McClellan, the Commander-in-Chief thus addressed him: "Suppose you find the Union sentiment whatever where you go?" "Then," replied Lane, "I will take good care to leave no rebel sentiment behind me. If Missouri, Arkansas, and the indian country will not come peacefully under the laws of the G