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riptive of an astoundingly rapid flight from Camp Wild Cat by the Yankee forces there encamped, was received in this city on yesterday. This race — which is pictured as surpassing Bull Ran or Leesburg — was occasioned by a rumor that Hardee and Buckner were advancing upon them with forty thousand men, to attack them in the rear Zollicoffer was to act in conjunction with them, (so report went,) and the whole united force was to swallow them and Camp Wild Cat at a single gulp. The consternationllowed to be brought out by persons coming South. Our informants say the pockets of several gentlemen were searched for papers. They were informed by persons in Louisville and beyond that place, who seemed to be intelligent, that General Buckner's forces hereabouts numbered seventy-five or one hundred thousand, and that if he were disposed he could easily take the city of Louisville, as the Northern army was not near so strong. Arrests of Secessionists. The Louisville Jour