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o since, and they escaped a posse sent by Gen. Anderson, it is presumed to arrest them, by only a few hours. The petty tool of a petty tyrant cannot stop with arresting brave and patriotic men, but he must needs arrest and imprison defenceless women if he can, because their sons, and brothers, and husbands dare to be freemen. The Kentucky Lincoln oath. A correspondent sends to the Louisville Journal a copy of the oath which is administered by Capt. Gibson, who is in command at West Point, Ky., to parties arrested by his order. It is as follows: "We, the undersigned, solemnly swear that we will support the Constitution of the United States and of the State of Kentucky; that we will be loyal to the same and the Government thereof, and in no way aid, abet, or approve the infamous and unholy war of rebellion now being waged against the United States; and if we violate this oath, may God visit us with special vengeance and men hold us as outlaws from all human sympathy."