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kable circumstances.--N Y Evening Post. Kentucky and the Quota. The Washington Chronicle, of the 22d, has a very bitter article upon the conduct of Governor Bramlette, of Ky, in protesting against the enlistment and removal of the negroes as soldiers from that State. It makes the following extract from Bramlette's letterBramlette's letter of June 25, (which was immediately followed by a proclamation of martial law in Kentucky:) To increase the obstacles in the way of raising volunteers, immediately succeeding the draft of a county, the Provost Marshals and other recruiting agents were set actively to work to induce all the able bodied negroes in such counties out a people that were once the proudest and quickest to resent Yankee insolence in the old Union. We predict that before the last 500,000 draft is made Gov Bramlette and his slaveholding friends will be as completely prostrated as the slave power of Maryland has been. The damage Done by the invaders. The Frederick (Md