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he rebels fled before them in confusion, forgetting, in their haste, to get away large quantities of arms, ammunition and other military stores. This place had been occupied by a division of Kirby Smith's army, about 4,000 strong, commanded by Claiborne, of Mississippi. Preston Smith and Hull held positions as Brigadier-Generals under Claiborne. Col. Nixon, whilom editor of the New Orleans Crescent, was the rebel provost marshal of the town. The rebel rule at that place is described as unusClaiborne. Col. Nixon, whilom editor of the New Orleans Crescent, was the rebel provost marshal of the town. The rebel rule at that place is described as unusually gentle. It is reported from the direction of Bardstown that the rebels are falling back from that place, though Bragg's army is, or has been, camped there. The Democrat, of this city, has information that Bragg is massing his troops back of Bardstown, with a view of marching through Springfield and Danville to Camp Dick Robinson, where he purposes fortifying and making a desperate stand. The Conflict commenced in Boston — George Francis Train mobbed by Sumner's Supporters — no