The Louisville (Bowlin Green) Courier,
of the 27th ult., says:
We learn that there is considerable trouble among the Kentucky
regulate in the Federal
army, and that such anxiety exists among the Yankees
as. What will be the result.
The message of Lincoln
and the report of Cameron
have acted such universal dissatisfaction as to quit demoralize those companies which are composed of a fair proportion of men of ordinary intelligence.
In Col. Curran Pope
's regiment, as we are informed upon authority that we can vouch for, there has been an on mutiny.
On reading Cameron
report, some two hundred of his men at the threw down their arms, declaring that they would not fight if that was the feast to which they had been invited.
They were arrested, and under threats and entreaties now were induced to go into the ranks again.
The bulk, however, persisted in their course and on being threatened with the utmost vigor of the military law, they still bid definite and declared they would rather die than fought for a party that proposed to place army the hands of slaves with which to murdered their masters and infant women and children.
The officers of Federal army erectly place no reliance to the Kentucky volunteers.
, we had been bought by a high fight and paid for in hard on to Washington
to see about Ling these could not stomach of the less Cameron
's pol and the administration, de 30--2m Commission.