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ody of men at Louisville, and preparing for a push upon Nashville with an immense army. Thirty thousand troops are already in rendezvous about Louisville, and a very considerable number of men are assembled about Lexington. Besides these main camps, numerous smaller once dot the State. There are twenty-five hundred men at the mouth of the Big Sandy River, on the Virginia line, and a thousand more at Louisa, fifty miles above, at the junction of the Tug Fork and the Louisa rivers. At Muldraugh's hill is a considerable camp, and still other forces are in front of General Zollicoffer in the Southeast, and Generals Harder and Polk in the west.--The forces collecting at Louisville, Lexington, and on the Big Sandy, are from North of the Ohio. Those nearer our own forces are chiefly native Kentuckians. Delighted at the prospect of having the aid of such brave men and good soldiers as those of Kentucky to help them fight their battles, the Yankees are giving much attention to their c