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[special correspondence of the Dispatch.] Russellville, Ky., Jan. 27, 1862. Russellville, situated in "a low, green valley," twenty-eight miles from Bowling Green, and two hundred and thirty miles from Memphis, by railway, is a town containing three thousand inhabitants, and noted as the place where the Provisional Goverle space in the hotels and private houses being fully appropriated. But notwithstanding the absence of comfort, one feels more at home in Russellville than in Bowling Green. In the latter, the people are cool in their treatment of Southern soldiers, or at best, only tolerably polite and attentive. The truth is, that before Gen. Johnston's army went to Bowling Green the bulk of the inhabitants sympathized with the Union cause of Lincoln. A powerful reaction has taken place within the last two months, and those who still cling to the "flesh pots of Egypt" are as mute as particular mice. The ladies, God bless them, are outspoken for the South. Here, our f
Gen. Marshall's report. --The Bowling Green Courier publishes an extract from General Humphrey Marshall's report of the battle of Middle Creek, on the 10th of January. General Marshall says the battle lasted four hours, was spirited, and that he drove the enemy off and maintained his ground. The Federals numbered 5,000 with the cavalry. The corporate has 1,000, Marshall's fate was 100 killed and fourteen wounded