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d to tears by the offer of the command of the Kentucky brigade. He expressed his hearty willingness to accept it, if the consent of the Department can be gained. Leading Union men from Kentucky now here are very anxious to have the necessary permission given, as they all believe it would greatly strengthen the Union feeling in their State. The Maryland authorities having reluctantly, but meekly notified the Government that Northern troops could pass through their State unmolested, Gen. Patterson will not move his corps d'armee in a body towards Washington, but in detachments of from two to three regiments. They will commence moving from York, Harrisburg, Lancaster and Philadelphia, as soon as the repairs on the Northern Central and Philadelphia and Wilmington Railroad are completed, and march through Baltimore to test the temper of that city. Should the slightest attempt to repeat the murderous treachery of the 19th ult. be made, the guns of Fort McHenry will teach the bloody