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oln and his unconstitutional acts, publishes the following letter from its correspondent in Kentucky. Though glossed over to suit the Federal side of the question, yet the account will afford some interest to the Southern reader: Camp at Nolin Creek, Ky., Oct. 23, 1861. Last Saturday afternoon, Brig. Gen. Rousseau, at the head of the Louisville Legion and the First Kentucky Cavalry, took up the line of march towards the enemy's lines. --Nothing could exceed the enthusiasm and spirit of the men as they marched out of camp with bands discoursing and banners flying, and filed beneath the overhanging maples and across the long, narrow old bridge that spans Nolin Creek, and past the clattering old, red, moss- grown mill, which in all its quiet, gray old life, never saw such a spectacle before. The cavalry went dashing forward, with the tall form of the General towering at its head, to intercept and cut off the marauding forces who have been carrying fire and sword into every h