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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 friends are not few or far between. They speak out and act out manfully. Hence there is a feeling among the soldiers that they are in the midst of the best and the bravest of Kentuckians. There are plenty of the very finest artillery here that are in the service — plenty of the best horses — plenty of soldiers to whip twice their number of "Yanks" --plenty to eat and wear. The mules that pull the transportation wagons are, beyond all doubt, unequalled by any in the Southern army. I give you the result of the election for members of Congress, as far is now known. Capt. Robert J. Breckinridge, son of the Presbyterian minister who thinks that women and children ought to be butchered if necessary to crush the rebellion, is elected in the Ashland District. He is a gallant gentleman, and will take a high stand in Congress. The two