Kentuckian from a New York point of view.
--A correspondent of the New York World, who came to Cincinnati
to witness the reception of Mr. Lincoln
, writes to that paper as follows:
A large number of Kentuckian are here.--Those whom I have seen are conspicuous for their reticence and their length.
I am of the opinion that Kentuckian, as a general rule, should not leave home in one piece.
In communities where the average of stature is from seven to eight feet, they might not be regarded as objects of terror.
But a sudden incursion of giants, like that which Cincinnati
has known to-day, is an event fraught with as much dread, at least to correspondents of five feet eight, as the stampeding of rhinoceri across a colony of ant-hills would be to the occupants.