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ng his expected friends, and of course did not return. The rebel force on the south bank of Green river is estimated at from three to five thousand, but the stream is very high, and will remain impassible by fording for several days. A Provisional Government established in Kentucky. Kentucky Oct. 31st. --The Southern Convention adjourned. Resolutions proclaiming resistance to Federal and State Governments. McKee, Breckinridge, Marshall, Duncan, Preston, Bruce, Ewing, Hodge, Thompson, and Johnson appointed to carry out the resolutions of the Provisional Government established, and to go into effect on the 18th of November. Col. Jim Jackson Scalped. The Louisville (Bowling Green) Courier, of the 29th Oct., has the following: We are informed that this traitor and renegade to his State and section, who was bought by Lincoln gold and a Lincoln appointment, made a narrow escape from death a few days since. As we heard the story, he had very rudely and coarsel
ars of the fight at Fredericktown — advance of General Thompson's army — strength of his forces, &c. [Fr between the Federals and the Missourians under Jeff. Thompson. We have our information from an eye-witness ah moving in the direction of Fredericktown. Gen. Thompson advanced his army from Greenville on the road that led to the same place. By good fortune Thompson captured a messenger, bearing a dispatch from the commandeforces around Fredericktown, where it was supposed Thompson was then encamped. Being thus put upon his guard,that they had gone on, and were at Fredericktown. Thompson then moved his army up to a small stream, the St. to recoil in dismay. In a cornfield, around which Thompson had placed the right wing of his army, the dead med of his regiment. When the enemy retreated Gen. Thompson found himself restrained from pursuing by prudene town. This ended the fight. The army under Thompson did not exceed 1,100, while that of the foe exceed
ourt of the appeal by Mr. Barney from the decree of divorce granted in the lower court to his wife, in abeyance until the hearing of this case was concluded. In the meantime the paper could go on file for ruling hereafter. A faro establishment, over the Globe Hotel, on Seventh street, was visited by the police the other night, and John Campbell arrested as proprietor, with R. Lansing and James Wilson as parties to the management. A hearing of the case was fixed for to-day, before Justice Thompson, but then postponed until to-morrow afternoon, at three o'clock, Campbell in the meantime giving $600 security and Wilson $100; Lansing, said to be the dealer, did not appear. Checks given by J. C. Rives, Esq., of $10 each to each of the families of the men belonging to the First District of Columbia regiment of volunteers, were distributed in the regiment this morning; also $1 extra for each child. The payment of the money commences on 1st of November. This certainly is a most ha