Army of the Potomac was about swinging over to Virginia or the left of Gen. Lee's army was on the point of paying us a visit.
At this hour, 10 P. M., everybody looks as if another great battle would be fought before long on this side of the Potomac, out not on the sell of "My Maryland," but on that of our Pennsylvania.
The latest intelligence from Kentucky is contained in a dispatch dated Louisville, Oct. 21, midnight.
Gen. Jeff. C. Davis, who shot Gen Nelson, has been released from arrest, and ordered to report for duty at Cincinnati.
Gen. Dumont passed through here this evening on route for Indianapolis.
One hundred and fifty rebel prisoners from Frankfort and Lexington, and 300 paroled Union prisoners from Coz's Creek, arrived here to day. They left at 3 o'clock on Monday morning, and up to 2 o'clock this afternoon had nothing to eat. Morgan having destroyed all the captured provisions that he could not carry away.