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., The War in the West--the panic at Louisville. A dispatch from Lagrange, Mo., dated the 21st, says that George Jesse, with two hundred rebel cavalry, attacked at Newcastle one hundred and twenty-five of the Home Guard cavalry, under Ro. Morris. The latter, without firing a gun, surrendered his men, horses, and three hundred stand of arms. The same dispatch adds that the Confederates burnt Newcastle. A dispatch from Louisville, 21st, says: Shepardsville advices say that Col. houses to be closed. Gen. Nelson has issued a patriotic and stirring address to his soldiers to give a bloody welcome the rebel hordes now invading Kentucky. The report of the burning of New Castle was correct, and even the surrender of Morris is to discredited in military circles. Humphrey Marshall, with twelve thousand and forty-two pieces of artillery, was expected to reach Paris yesterday morning, it is suppose attending to join Kirby Smith's force at Lexington. There has