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rtune time shall have arrived to advance and exterminate the vile hirelings occupying this soil. Grand review at Bowling Green. A correspondent of the Pulaski (Tenn.) Citizen thus writes from Bowling Green, under a recent date: YesterdBowling Green, under a recent date: Yesterday we had a grand review of the regiments at this place. About 9 o'clock we were mustered out into a field about two miles from the encampment, when our brigade of Tennessean, consisting of Cols Brown's Palmer's, Lillard's Martin's, and Hill's regit purports to be a correct statement of the operations and result of the expedition of the Confederates sent out from Bowling Green last week. It seems that Gen. Hardee started from Bowling Green, on the 23d, with 1500 men, destined for Greensburg,Bowling Green, on the 23d, with 1500 men, destined for Greensburg, to break up a Federal encampment at the latter place. He was delayed in his march by a sudden rise in Little Barren river, which prevented his force from crossing, thus giving the enemy time to effect their escape, which they did in real Bull Run
Affairs at the South. Our Southern summary will be found below. It is necessarily short, but we hope will be none the less interesting: Affairs in Kentucky. The Bowling Green (Ky.) correspondent of the Memphis Argus (Oct. 26th) has the following in regard to affairs in Kentucky: By the news just in from Owensboro', Davies county, Ky., I learn that Colonel J. S. Jackson is occupying that place with about 300 Yankees and Dutch, some forty of them wounded. He has made numerous arrests, and permitting unprovoked outrages and robberies of Southern-rights families, in which pursuit he has an able adjutant in Brigadier. General T. L. Crittenden, who is similarly employed in the town and county of Henderson, he having some 3,000 Lincolnites in that section, mainly brought from Indiana and Illinois. Both these leaders have signally failed in obtaining recruits in Kentucky. Since my last another accident, the result of the careless handling of fire-arms, has occurred