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ess last year, is at the head of about eight hundred men at Louisa. These troops, I learn from a gentleman just from that section of the State, are in a deplorable condition of ill-health. Gen. Buell and Gen. Roussean, the latter of whom was some time since reported to have resigned in consequence of falling health, backed by an army of sixty thousand men, are a place called Camp Nevin, but whose proper name is Camp Nolin, on the main Louisville and Nashville Railroad, and distant from Bowling Green 32 miles This large army is said to be in good fighting trim, and it will, possibly, give General Johnston some trouble, though not more than that distinguished officer can successfully encounter. The magnificence of the army of the latter is represented to me by an eye witness to be far beyond anything he has ever observed. In discipline, drill, courage, and military equipage, it probably surpasses any other division of the Confederate forces. I am happy to be able to renew
A Sagacious horse. --The Louisville Courier, now published at Bowling Green, tells the following: Texas Rangers can do anything that can be done on a horse, and their noble animals can do anything that can be done by a horse. We saw one on the street yesterday that knew all the cavalry commands, and performed all the movements as the rider called them out. After the drill the Ranger asked him what he would do with the Yankees, and he replied by leaping on the ground as a deer leaps on a poisonous snake.
ts of Infantry had been despatched from there in great haste for New Orleans, where a battle was reported as being fought, and the city threatened with demolition by the Federal forces. The women and children were represented as fleeing from the city. Gen. Buell is expected to take the field in Kentucky in person in a few days and it is reported that the Federal troops are crossing Green river. Buckner, with a Confederate army, is coming up by railroad to offer battle this side of Bowling Green, in Kentucky. A grand review and inspection of 17,000 troops at Cairo, Bird's Point, and Fort Holt, took place yesterday. News from Missouri. Tifton, Mo., Dec. 16. --Yesterday orders were received here for all the forces at this post to hold themselves in readiness to march at a moment's notice. At the same time Gen. Pope, commanding the department of Central Missouri, at the head of nearly all the troops in winter quarters at Otterville, marched westward towards Warre