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hill, about sixty miles nearer the Tennessee line. The object is to fortify this hill with the view of preventing General Zollicoffer's march into the interior of Kentucky. Our informant says the position is a very strong one, and susceptible of being made a very formidable obstruction to Zollicoffer's progress. Gen. Zollicoffer has not, as reported by the Louisville Journal, advanced to Manchester, in Clay county. He was fortifying Cumberland ford, with a view of making that a strong Gen. Zollicoffer has not, as reported by the Louisville Journal, advanced to Manchester, in Clay county. He was fortifying Cumberland ford, with a view of making that a strong point before he advanced. From Bowling Green we learn that our troops have not advanced beyond Green river. They are busily engaged in throwing up fortifications at the latter point on both sides of the river. That beyond the river is nearer tannoneers now in Memphis. With Johnston, Polk, Pillow, Thompson, Cheatham, and McGown at the lead of operations here, Zollicoffer at Cumberland Gap — Buckner at Bowling Green, with thousands rallying to his standard daily — you may prepare to hear
Latest from the West and from Washington. movements of Gen.Zollicoffer--Fremont to be Court-Martialed--Gen. Wool ordered to the command of the West--a Contradiction — Affairs on the Potomac — movements of Gen. Price, &c. Nashville, Oct. 5. --The Cumberland Ford correspondent of the Union and American, or this city, under date of Sept. 30th, says that Gen. Zollicoffer had broken up the Federal encampment at Laurel Bridge, in Laurel county, (which is 36 miles distant from Cumberland Ford,) capturing three prisoners and a lot of baggage, arms, and ammunition. The enemy fled. Gen. Zollicoffer also broke up the Federal encampment at Gen. Zollicoffer also broke up the Federal encampment at Goose Creek Salt Works, in Clay county, and captured two hundred barrels of salt. Bowling Green, Ky., Oct. 5. --The Louisville Journal, of yesterday, has been received. It contains news from various points, and the most important telegraphic items are subjoined: Washington, Oct. 2. --Upon charges made