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From Northern papers.some Additional Items from Files of the 20th. Alarmed about Kentucky. The Northern papers display a good deal of alarm about Kentucky. Telegrams flow about from different places on the Ohio representing that the rebels were invading Eastern Kentucky in large numbers, under General Buckner. Rebel pickets were stated to be all along the Cumberland, and the river was falling and would soon be fordable. A dispatch was, however, sent from Louisville (dated the 19th May) to quiet alarm. It states that the startling dispatches about rebels were from rebel sources, and meant to divert Federal reinforcements from Rosecrans — that save eleven small regiments under Morgan on the South side of the Cumberland, there were no forces menacing Kentucky. This was the opinion at head quarters. Still there was much turmoil about Kentucky, who is not fully confided in of late, as shown by the summary executions of her citizens under Burnside's order. Reported evacua