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iver southward, and providing other means of transportation, General Thomas has been too busy to send the details of the recent fight. No private telegraphic dispatches of military matters can come over the Southern line to Louisville, and no private information has been received. Interesting from New Mexico--the Texas Confederates Threaten an attack on Fort Craig. Kansas City, Mo., Jan. 21 --The Santa Fe mail, with dates to the 7th inst., has arrived. An express from Mesilla arrived at Santa Fe on the evening of the 4th inst., bringing news that fifteen hundred Texans, with seven pieces of artillery, were marching on Fort Craig, and were within thirty miles of that post. The scouts from the fort had been drawn in. A severe battle is expected, as the Texans were fighting principally for food. Governor Connelly had called out the entire militia. A letter express arrived the night of the 5th inst., which says that the enemy had retreated withou