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spatch from Louisville, October 11th, says, 17 Federal wagons and 550 soldiers were captured by Kirby Smith's command, near Frankfort, Ky., the day before. Nashville, it says, is surrounded by the rebels. On the day of the inauguration of Dick Hawes, at Frankfort, Gen. Bragg, while dining at the same table with the Messrs. Preston, was interrupted by a messenger, and after refusal several times he consented to hear the messenger. Immediately thereupon Bragg, Hawes, and other, finished thHawes, and other, finished their dinner in the hotel kitchen, and skedaddled just in time to escape the Union forces. The Herald contains an article in reply to one in the Tribune the day before, which throws much light on the view hold at the North of Buell's "victory." It says. In the leading article in yesterday's Tribune, entitled "The War," the Field Marshal of the negroes not only denies that Buell won any victory in Kentucky, the affair at Perryville being indecisive, but attributes complete success to Brag