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Kentucky. --Rev. H. A. M. Henderson, who has been for months engaged in making speeches and enlisting soldiers for the C. S. army, in Kentucky, has returned to Montgomery, Ala. He reports to the Montgomery Advertiser that since the Kentucky there has been a great revolution in public sentiment that he knows of hundreds that have openly declared for the South who have hitherto rallied beneath the "Stars and Stripes. " They say "we have been Union neutrals, because we desired to have peace at home. If war we must have, we will battle for the South against the subverters of constitutional liberty." Three-fourths of the fighting men of Kentucky are for the South. The writer of the above speaks very hopefully, and we trust that in the progress of events his best anticipations may be realized.