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of Rocks is not particularly important. The rebels sent a body of cavalry, two hundred strong, on a foraging expedition in the neighborbood of Bolivar. They were saluted by a few shells from the Parrott guns belonging to a section of Col. Knapp's Union artillery, which made them move off rapidly in a contrary direction to that intended by them. Five thousand rebels were reviewed at Leesburg yesterday. The news from Kentucky is very important. The rebels, under Generals Johnston and Buckner, have destroyed a large portion of the Louisville and Nashville Railroad beyond Green river, burhing all the material of which it was constructed that could be thus con At last advices they were engaged in blowing up the tunnel, which is some three hundred feet in length. There is nothing of particular interest reported by the arrival of the transports Roanoke and Cahawba from Port Royal. Com. Truxton, of the sloop-of-war Dale, is rapidly becoming acquainted with the rebel positions i