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From Kentucky. Combination of Generals Buckner's, Polk's, and Zollicoffer's forces — the recent skirmish at Bacon Creek — Admirable condition of the Confederate troops, etc. The following letter from Lebanon, Ky., to the Louisville Journal, will be interesting as giving our readers an insight into matters and things in that portion of the State: Leeanon, Ky., Oct. 16, 1861. As I informed you by telegraph last evening, three men passed through Lebanon yesterday
He says that on Sunday he saw twelve heavy pieces of artillery there, which were being placed in position.
He was fully posted in reference to the skirmish between Col. Crittenden's pickets and those of the rebels at Bacon Creek, on Saturday last, mention of which has already been made in the Journal. John Morgan, of Lexington, headed the rebel forces, and it was he who dismounted from his horse and shot the Indiana captain.
Morgan passed through Lebanon about six we