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Kentucky cannot remain in her-anomalous position. Delay but increases the gloomy prospect for her, no matter which side she takes. Delay but embitters the two parties into which she is being divided and which will be thrown into hot and bloody conflict, no matter which side she takes. This might have been avoided. Her people might have been comparatively united had Mr. Crittenden died or gone to the shades of retirement two years since, and had there been no such men as Guthrie, Garrett Davis, and that unscrupulous editor, Prentice. Providence has otherwise ordered it; and a day of woe, we fear, is in store for Kentucky should the war last long. That she will go with the South, we believe is inevitable. Every argument, every interest, every honest sympathy of her's, plainly force her to that position. But the mismanagement, if not treachery, of some of her leaders have so obstructed her course, so imbued her public mind with conflicting views and bitter animosities, that w