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From Kentucky. the old State arousing --Ardor of our troops — what has been done — what there is to do — Fortified places — Anxiety to meet the enemy, &c, &c. [special Correspondence of the Dispatch.] Russellville, Ky., Feb. 2, 1862. That the right wing of the Army of Kentucky has been damaged by the late ill-advised battle, is not to be denied. Crittenden, through a miscalculation of the strength of the enemy, and, it is believed, contrary to express instructions from Gen. Johnston, made an untimely advance and suffered seriously by reason of the superior force brought against him. Enough is known, however, to place the losses of the enemy pari passu with ours. But if this slight reverse, as it has turned out to be, cast a momentary gloom over the cause in Kentucky, and made many loyal hearts sink with despondency, the vigor of the War Department has signalled the renewal of hope. Various were the reasons assigned for our defeat. Many of them were not complim