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Southern War News. The Evacuation of Bowling Green--1 Southern account. A correspondent of the Lynchburg Republican, writing from BoBowling Green under due of the 13th inst., says: Bowling Green has been evacuated and abandoned a portion of our troops are falling back Bowling Green has been evacuated and abandoned a portion of our troops are falling back on Nashville, as I leave, and a portion of them have gone in another direction which it may be imprudent to mention of this time. As we reac
wisdom and devoted patriotism, and not by panic and fear.
Bowling Green is a beautiful town of about 3,000 inhabitants, and the whole c everal disparage were consumed.
We are this moment leaving Bowling Green for Nashville.
Gen. Beauregard and Gen. Johnston, with their s robable that the enemy will make an immediate advance along the Bowling Green route, unless they defeat us at Fort Donelson.
In that event, eparation seems to have been made for its, successful defence.
Bowling Green protected it in one direction, and Fort Donelson in another; bu