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have moved forward on the Louisville and Nashville Railroad to make room for the regiments constantly arriving. If preparations mean anything, a forward movement will certainly take place at an early day. Prankport, Dec. 9. --Col Garrard writes from London on Saturday afternoon, that Gen. G. B. Crittenden is at the Cumberland Gap with a large force, and that 5,000 troops at Morristown are coming to join him. He says Crittenden has thirty days rations, and fears that he will invays rations, and fears that he will invade Kentucky from that point. The Tennessee brigade and Col Garrard's regiments having gone to Sommerset, there are no troops to check Crittenden. Cincinnati, Dec. 16. --Gov. Magoffin is said to be much exasperated at the attempt of the rebels to set up a Provisional Government for Kentucky in the Southwestern corner of the State. It is believed that he is willing to co-operate more heartily now than heretofore with the Union Legislature.