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ly, must be treated as a loyal State, and her Constitution and laws respected. A telegram from Louisville says: Gov. Bramlette telegraphed to the Provost Marshal General of the State, at Danville yesterday, that if the Government did not stop t to sustain his courses there was no use of his coming to the State capital. He preferred to remain among the people. Bramlette then asked Breckinridge to go to Washington and consult with the Government. This would indicate that Bramlette isBramlette is not ready to carry out his threat, and thus nullify the National law. The Union men of the State have taken a decided stand in favor of the National Government, and are determined to sustain the proper officers in the enforcement of the Federabe represented in Baltimore next June, and in their State platform they will take the ground that slavery is dead. Bramlette has issued an address to the people of Kentucky, in which he says: In view of the disturbance of the popular mind