ary lines, it is said that many of the planters, having every confidence in their slaves, and being unable, on so short a notice, to provide comfortable homes for them elsewhere, have left them on their plantations, where they have shelter and ample support.
Kentucky items — movements of Gen. Crittenden, &C.
From the Louisville Courier, of the 7th instant, we copy the following:
A report reached this place through several distinct channels that on the day after the fight at Sacramento, Gen. Crittenden shipped his artillery down Green river, and it was understood in the neighborhood of Calhoun that the destination was Louisville.--Connected with this, was a report that Calhoun had been evacuated.
We understand that an artillery Captain and several men who had deserted from Crittenden, arrived at Hopkinsville on Thursday of last week.
One of the Federals captured by Lieut. Hines, below Morgantown, confirms our reports that there is great dissatisfaction among th