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beyond Bardstown In two weeks there will not be a rebel regiment in Kentucky. With armies less numerous than those Gen. Buell now commands, Napoleon, in the course of a single campaign overthrew empires. With the armies Gen. Buell now commands, he should, before Christmas, extinguish the rebellion between the Alleghenies and the Mississippi, and carry the national flag triumphantly to the Gulf. Let us press onward. Rapid Movements of the Federal army. A letter from Louisville, October 6th, says: The news from the front to day, while it is of an extremely interesting nature, yet has a smack of disappointment in it. At all points the rebels fly as our forces advance, without giving us a chance to fight them; and so rapidly is Buell pushing his columns forward that the retirement of the rebels partakes very much of the nature of a complete rout. The news is of the same character both from the left, right and centre. Buell's movements seem to prevent the rebels effectin