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The battles in Kentucky. Augusta, October 18. --The Constitutionalist has a special dispatch from Harrodsburg dated the 10th instant, which says: Bragg's first pitched battle look place in the side at Perryville. The enemy had been Bardstown in force, and also threatened Withers's division was sent forward to Kspirits. At Frankfort the matter was soon sided. The enemy under McCook fled before Kirby Smith. Withers out of his rear, took 700 prisoners and 14 wagons. Bragg's deducts being menaced, he at once withdrew his army to protect them. Immediately a flag of truce from the enemy asked permission to bury their dead. At daylighafter the fight not even a Yankee surgeon was left on the field. Their wounded were all less; our wounded were removed. General Polk had a narrow escape. Gen. Bragg says that he has the best troops in the world. Two thousand Kentuckian have taken arms, and here are organizing. Among our killed is Lieut-Colonel Patters
t of Kirby Smith Claimed by the Federal--the losses at Perryville — position of Bragg's army. A great battle was fought in Kentucky on Wednesday, between Lexingt morning, and it unimpeded by skirmishers must be near Rock Castle river, while Bragg's main force is supposed to be near London. At headquarters, as far as advld be attended only with innumerable With Buell hanging so close upon his rear Bragg must have deserted everything in order to get his men over safely. Doubtless wg on Friday, but whether he crossed the river to Dick Robinson or moved down to Bragg's position, back of Perryville is not yet determined. He is now with Bragg beyBragg beyond a doubt. Humphrey Marshall left Lexington with his force a week ago, and is now at Camp Dick Robinson, John Morgan, with his guerrilla band, was the last to lea further reinforcements. You will remember that some time ago I wrote you that Bragg was expecting Breckinridge up with reinforcements. There is reason to believe
The battle of Corinth. Tupelo, Oct. 17. --Paroled Confederate soldiers, just arrived here from luks, say that our wounded in the battle of Corinth have all been sent to that place, and are now well cared for. They say there were 700 in all, and think our wounded in the whole of the fights will not reach more than 1,500. The Federal say that there were 300 of our men killed, and that they had over 3,000 wounded and could not tell how many killed. The Corinth Yankees say our men fought more like devils than men. They also admit a total rout in Kentucky by Bragg's forces, and say that Nashville will soon be relieved or evacuated.