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will be compelled to abandon the post. Frightened at a flag of truce. The Bowling Green correspondent of the Nashville Banner, relates the following amusing incident of Yankee bravery: On the 10th inst, an incident occurred near Green river that shows very clearly that our enemies are vividly impressed with the conviction that they will be badly whipped whenever they meet our troops in battle, and illustrates the cowardly natures of those who would subjugate us. By order of one of our officers a small party of our troops was dispatched to Green river with a flag of truce. A large body of the enemy was a considerable distance this side the river. As soon as our troops got in sight, without waiting to see our numbers, they broke and fled with all the speed they were capable of, and never stopped till they reached their main lines. In vain our men shouted to them to stop; the more they were called to the faster they run. Their number was ten times that of our party