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h of Col. Terry-- re- organization of the officers--Gen. Humphrey Manuhall, &c. [Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.] Nashville, Dec. 19, 1861. All Nashville is in a state of excitement just now about the recent engagement on Green river, and in anticipation of it being followed by more fighting at or near the same place within a few days. The Texans who came down yesterday with the body of their colonel were followed along the streets and surrounded at every corner by the pend the Lieutenant Colonel, Lubbock, being dangerously ill in Nashville, it became necessary to re-organize the staff of that regiment. The movement of forces from Bowling Green, and the departure of General Johnston to the neighborhood of Green river, and the aggregation of Federal forces there together with the order for no more passports to be granted for the present to that region, create the impression that we are on the eve of hard fighting there. Notwithstanding these indications, I
ver, and are now within five miles of our advance, under General Hindman. The reported retrograde movement across Green river is partially true. General Hindman charged the pickets from the front, and the enemy imagined that a flank movement winstant, and are now within thirty miles of Bowling Green. The entire clan, recently at Nolan, have been moved to Green river, where there are not less than $5,000. The appearance of the enemy indicates a speedy opening of the winter campaign. ent to Richmond. A gentleman who left the Ohio river on the 19th inst., says that Tom Crittenden's forces crossed Green river and are now at Hendersonville, and are preparing to go to Hopkinsville. A letter just received says, in the opinino fight will occur for several days. Passengers by to-day's train report that 5,000 Federals are on this side of Green river and that Gen. Hindman had fallen back to Bell's. Nashville, Dec. 25--(via New Orleans, Dec. 26.)--Reliable intell
heir release, the touching remarks of the Governor, and their solemn enlistment into the Confederate service was a very affective and impressive one. Later from Kentucky. The Columbus (Ky.) Confederate News, of the 20th instant, says: A friend, just from Owensboro, has called upon us, from whom we learn that the Northern troops, under command of Tom Crittenden, Jim Jackson and Col. Burbridge, have left Henderson, Owensboro, and Hartford, and have concentrated at Calhoun, on Green river. Our informant says they speak of moving toward Hopkinsville, but from indications which he saw, his opinion is that they purpose going into winter quarters. They have 8 or 10 pieces of artillery, and about 6,000 men, all told. Lincoln Vandals at Eddyville, Ky. The Bowling Green Courier, of the 23d, says: A band of Lincoln vandals, led by P. D. Yeiser, landed at Eddyville on the 19th inst., and, true to their infamous instincts, forthwith set about gratifying their thiev