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, when he fell mortally wounded in the abdomen by a Minnie ball. He was taken back to the hospital, six miles above Ringgold, where he expired during the night. He was a grandson of Ben Hardin, the celebrated Kentuckian.--He entered the Southern army without a commission, but from the rank of private he was soon made Colonel and commanded the 1st Kentucky cavalry in the Confederate service. When the battle of Shiloh was brewing, he closely watched the movements of Gen. Buell, and kept Gen. Johnston constantly advised of the enemy's whereabouts and movements. He was made Brigadier General in March, 1862. and took command of a Kentucky brigade at Vicksburg last summer. His wife is a half sister of Mrs. Lincoln, and a sister of Alex, Todd, who was killed at Baton Rouge. It will also be remembered that Lieut. Todd, who was killed at Shiloh, was his brother in-law. His wife is now in the city, and shares the sympathy of hosts of Kentucky friends and the people of the South generally
From the North. Baltimore papers of Saturday have been received. They contain only meagre accounts of the battle of Chickamauga, the substance of which we subjoin: Cincinnati, Sept. 23.--Special dispatches from Chattanooga to-day fail to get through. Though the news is far from encouraging, people here have confidence that Rosecrans will maintain himself till reinforcements reach him, and that he will then turn the tables on Johnston. Washington,Sept. 24.--A dispatch from Gen. Rosecrans, dated at his headquarters last night, says: "I cannot be dislodged from my present position." Nashville Sept. 23--Very little news of an official character is received here, we obtaining all our news from officers directly from the front. It is rumored that we have lost four Generals in killed and wounded, and two as prisoners. Cincinnati,Sept.24.--Mr. Shanks, correspondents of the New York Herald has arrived here from the battle-field. He says that the official rep