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Biographical — a Chapter on the Federal leaders in Kentucky.[from the Louisville (Bowling Green) Couder, of the 16th.] John J Crittenden. J. J. Crittenden has passed into his dotage; is now but an instrument of worse men in the attempt to enslave a people who have so often honored him far above his merits, and now, a "driveller and a show," he will pass away from life, leaving behind him a name that will become a synonym for weakness and treachery. Garret Davis. Garret Davis, a J. J. Crittenden has passed into his dotage; is now but an instrument of worse men in the attempt to enslave a people who have so often honored him far above his merits, and now, a "driveller and a show," he will pass away from life, leaving behind him a name that will become a synonym for weakness and treachery. Garret Davis. Garret Davis, a small man of little intellect and violent and ungovernable passions, of no courage and vast ambition, was crammed away in a pigeon-hole with other refuse matter by his fellow-citizens, for about a score of years, during the whole of which time was an aspirant for public favor in a community and district in which his party was in a large majority, and has now struggled into notice and upon the stage of action as a party to the vilest and most inexcusably wicked conspiracy ever planned for the ens
Lieutenant Moore, of Georgia, was killed by the accidental running off of a train of cars on the Brunswick (Ga.) Railroad on Sunday night last. The residence of the late Dr. Harney, in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, now the property of General Harney, of the Federal Army, is to be immediately confiscated. The Buffalo (N. Y.) Courier states, on the authority of Thurlow Weed, that Mr. Lincoln has expressed his regret that he did not support Mr. Crittenden's propositions of last winter. Very probable. It is reported that a single discharge from the 128-pounder, mounted in the batteries at Columbus, Kentucky, killed twenty of the enemy and one horse. Shipe, who killed Anderson at Winchester a few months since, has been sentenced to the penitentiary for 18 years. Miller, who shot Capt. Henderson a month or two since in Jefferson county, has been sentenced to be shot. Major Slemmer is quite sick at Putlinville, Va. His wife has been telegraphed for and has left