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hipments only are permitted. It was rumored that 50,000 additional troops were to be thrown into Louisville. The Louisville Journal says Messrs. J. T. Speed, of Louisville, and J. T. Boyle of Danville, had reached Louisville, having been successful in procuring arms for Kentucky, among them six batteries of artillery. The Journal says they have plenty of arms now to supply all the Kentucky volunteers, and "an indefinite number besides." A letter to the Louisville Journal from Rumsey, Ky., dated the 1st inst., says: "We have lots of soldiers here — about 1,000 Union men — and we expect more. They are from Hartford, Ky., Col. Hawkins's regiment.--We are expecting 4,000 to 6,000 Southern soldiers here in a few days. They were in Greenville on Sunday. The stockholders of the Louisville and Nashville Railroad have gone through the farce of electing Directors. Among those chosen, we notice the names of James Guthrie, H. D. Newcomb, J. B. Wilder, and W. F. Coop