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and took them on board. Two others belonged to a widow lady at Biloxi, and one to Mr. Jas Higgins, All the other negroes are sent into the country. From Bowling Green--order for the removal of women and children — brilliant skirmish. The Bowling Green correspondent of the Nashville Union and American, of the 7th inst., wBowling Green correspondent of the Nashville Union and American, of the 7th inst., write: An order has been issued by the commanding General of this post, warning citizens, women and children of the imminence of an early engagement, and advising them to remove from the city before the occurrence of actual hostilities. Dwelling-houses in front of the fortifications are to be vacated by the present tenants, anpers. From Kentucky — Desertions and Dissatisfaction among the Yankee troops. From a very interesting letter in the Nashville Union and American, dated Bowling Green, Jan. 8, we extract the following: The Yankees have no doubt completed the repairs of Green River bridge. They are also in small force this side of the
Gen. Van-Dorn. The command to which Gen. Van-Dorn has been assigned includes Missouri, (except that portion lying between the Mississippi and St. Francis rivers, which remains under command of Gen. Polk,) Arkansas, Louisiana north of Red river, and the Indian Territory. He has authority, also, to draw troops from Texas. Gen. Van-Dorn left this city on Thursday morning last for. Bowling Green, Ky., where he will report to Gen. Johnston. His headquarters will be established in Northern Arkansas for the present. This appointment is understood to be entirely acceptable to the Missouri delegation in Congress. It does not interfere with or supersede Gen. Price, who remains in command of the Missouri troops. The army possesses no officer better qualified, by personal, and military advantages, for the important position in the West than Gen. Earl Van-Dorn. His acquaintance and familiarity with the people will afford him the facilities of rallying hosts of men, who will take the fi