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Southeastern Kentucky gives a cheerful view of affairs in that quarter. Gen. Mirshall has commenced his advance movement with a force amply sufficient, and the people congratulate themselves that he will arrive at Lexington, or some other point not very far from Cincinnati, at no distant day. We are gratified to hear that the regiment of brave Kentuckians under command of Col. John S. Williams, have been amply provided, from Richmond, with an abundance of clothing, over-coats, blankets and shoes. On a recent expedition Col. Williams captured 25 wagon roads on provisions, intended for the Yankees, together with the owner of the property, an intense Lincolnite, and returned safely to camp.
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