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ng, and is reported at Boyle's Station, thirty-nine miles from the city. They are expected to arrive opposite the fortifications on Thursday. The Forty-fifth and Ninety-ninth Ohio are falling back to Covington. Our pickets are ten miles out. All the steamboats are ordered to remain on the Ohio side of the river. General Gilbert's command, which fell back from Lexington, reached Frankfort to-night, relieving the anxiety for their safety. No telegraphic communication south of Falmouth. The following private dispatch was received yesterday by a gentleman of Washington city: Indianapolis, Sept. 3.--Nothing is known of the losses in the 69th Indiana. Our forces have fallen back to Covington, Kentucky. The most terrible anxiety is felt for the safety of Kentucky. Nothing but the most vigorous efforts will save her. Illinois has sent only one regiment to the field, and Ohio only eight, to twenty sent by Indiana. The Northern papers on the movements at the Wes