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since arrived at Lexington on Friday last, where they arrested several of the most prominent and active rebels of the town. They also took and destroyed about 1,500 bogs, being packed for the use of Price's rebels, and a good deal of other valuable property. About sixty rebels, belonging to the regiment of Col. Alexander, now a prisoner at St. Louis, were captured about six miles from here on Saturday last. From an interesting correspondence in the New York Herald, dated Rolla, January 9th, we gather the following items: The troops here, numbering some twelve thousand, are under orders for marching at a moment's warning. In the present condition of the roads such a movement would be next to an impossibility. This morning I rode out to the camps, two miles west of town, and found the highways thither, as well as those leading in other directions, little else save continuous lines of mud, varying from two to six inches in depth. It is of that sticky nature peculiar to