--The Nashville Times,
of the 12th, contains a horrible account of the hanging of twenty-three Union soldiers by the rebels at Kinston
, N. C, who fled from conscription.
They met their fate like men, and even the Confederate
soldiers were moved to tears at the spectacle.
They threaten to hang five of Col. Foster
's men who have never been in the rebel service.
A Washington telegram states that the horrid disclosure has been made that the Libby prison
was mined, and two hundred kegs of powder placed under it at the late raid.