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wards the Ohio river and driving the Home Guard before him. It was thought that he would reach Owensboro' on Monday night. The same correspondent says that the advance guard of the army at Bowling Green moved forward on Monday ten miles beyond Green river. Roussean is reported to be retreating. It is reported from Bowling Green to-day that the Hessians have burnt Howeville and Roversport on the Ohio river, and that Gen. Buckner is below the lock at Green river, near Rochester. W. N. ed from Bowling Green to-day that the Hessians have burnt Howeville and Roversport on the Ohio river, and that Gen. Buckner is below the lock at Green river, near Rochester. W. N. Haldeman, of the Louisville Courier, has escaped. He arrived here to-day. Gov. Gamble, of Missouri, has issued a proclamation calling a State Convention, to meet in St. Louis, Oct. 10th. Sir James Ferguson, M. P., and Hon. Mr. Bourke, of England, arrived in this city yesterday, en route for Richmond.