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morning, that but a short time will elapse before the Dutch Gap canal will be opened. Reported Invasion of Kentucky by Breckinridge — the Fate of Lieutenant-Governor Jacobs. General Breckinridge is suspected of a design to march from East Tennessee on an invasions expedition into Kentucky, and General Burbridge is makinmovement. The Baltimore American has the following about the Lieutenant-Governor of Kentucky, lately arrested by the Yankee military: The arrest of Colonel Jacobs, Lieutenant-Governor of Kentucky, was reported a day or two ago by telegraph. The further report, however, that he had been sent to Washington city under guams, has taken summary action in the case without the formality of sending the accused to Washington, and has decreed his banishment beyond the Federal lines. Colonel Jacobs passed through Covington on Saturday last, en route to the in accordance with the order above named. Miscellaneous. Gold was quoted in New York on