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ur having to accommodate another large company of prisoners, we can put them there without delay.-- N. Y. Post. Kentucky and the Federal Government. The following is the correspondence that lately passed between President Lincoln and Gov. Magoffin respecting the relation which the State of Kentucky sustains to the Federal Government: Executive Department. Frankfort, Aug. 10, 1861. To His Excellency Abraham Lincoln, President of the United States. Sir: From the commencement not very short letter, any declaration or intimation that you entertain any desire for the preservation of the Federal Union. Your obedient servant. A. Lincoln. The message of the Governor of Kentucky. Frankport, Sept. 6. --Governor Magoffin, in his message to the Kentucky Legislature, says he infers, from the President's correspondence, that if he thought the people of Kentucky desired the removal of the Federal forces from the State, the President would comply. The Governor,