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ember of an extensive mercantile firm in New York, who has interests South and who has traveled extensively in the South, having left Buckner's headquarters at Bowling Green on Monday. He says that Buckner has 10,000 men at Bowling Green, and Gen. Hardee is in command at Cave City. On Friday last Zollicoffer was in Richmond. He Bowling Green, and Gen. Hardee is in command at Cave City. On Friday last Zollicoffer was in Richmond. He has a force of two thousand at Cumberland Gap, but his main force of eight thousand is at Youngsville, a distance of twenty miles from the railroad, ready for transportation to Nashville for service on the Nashville road. My informant says it is not the policy of the rebels to oppose Gen. Rousseau's progress down the Nastil his forces shall have crossed Green river. For obvious reasons the rebel pickets and scouts have all been withdrawn from the region of country between Bowling Green, Ghagow, and Greensburg, and my informant is clearly of opinion that it would be fatal to Gen. Rousseau's command to cross the Green river with anything like t
From Kentucky. reported fight between Gen. Zollicoffer and the Lincolnites — defeat of the Federals, &c. Knoxville, Tenn., Oct. 25. --The Register of this morning reports a fight between General Zollicoffer and the Lincolnites from Camp Dick Robinson. The latter were entrenched near Rock Castle Ford. Gen. Zollicoffer attacked and drove the enemy from their entrenchments. The Confederates lost five killed and 23 wounded, but took 40 prisoners. The loss of the enemy, in killed and wounded, is not known. Gen. Zollicoffer fell back to prevent his supply train from being cut off. Nashville, Oct. 26.--A special dispatch to the Union and American, dated at Bowling Green to-day, says that the Federals have retreated from Bacon Creek and Nolin to Muldrough's hill, after destroying the bridge over the Nolin, which they had but recently rebuilt.