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tillery Captain and several men who had deserted from Crittenden, arrived at Hopkinsville on Thursday of last week. One of the Federals captured by Lieut. Hines, below Morgantown, confirms our reports that there is great dissatisfaction among the Kentuckian at the abolition documents of the President and Cameron. From a source which seems worthy of credit we learn that the Federals have nearly finished the Green river bridge. It was reported by a gentleman just returned from Cave City that the Federals had begun to erect fortifications on the ground where Col. Terry fell. This is not very probable. Dispersion of Dutch Cavalry. It was rumored in Hopkinsville, a few days ago that six hundred Dutch cavalry were in Crittenden county, on their way to Princeton. Two companies of Col. Forrest's famous cavalry, under the commands of Capts. Overton and May, were promptly dispatched in pursuit of them. They, however, were unable to overhaul the flop-eared thieves.--S