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vicinity. The news from the West is important. The arrival of Gen. Buell at Louisville had created intense sensation. His army is encamped at Shepherdsville, a few miles from the city, and it was reported that he intended to make a dash on Bragg as he advanced upon the place. Bragg was at Bardstown. A dispatch from Louisville, dated the 28th. says: Some alarm ensued this afternoon from artillery practice in our suburbs, which subsided on learning the cause of the firing. TBragg was at Bardstown. A dispatch from Louisville, dated the 28th. says: Some alarm ensued this afternoon from artillery practice in our suburbs, which subsided on learning the cause of the firing. The military officers of the rebel Confederacy rigidly enforced the conscription all around Lexington and other points occupied by the rebels. On Friday, about 500 rebel wagons were seen on the road from Danville to Lexington, supposed to be empty, and going in that direction for supplies. The pontoon bridge connecting Louisville and Jeffersonville was completed yesterday. A skirmish occurred at Middletown to-day between a federal cavalry regiment and some rebel troops. One rebel
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Latest from the North. Fredericksburg, Oct. 1. --The Baltimore Sun, of the 29th, quotes gold in New York on Saturday at 121 to 121 1-2; exchange 132½ to 133 1-2. It says Buell is in Louisville fortifying, and Bragg's pickets are twelve miles off.