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n, arrived at Evansville on Wednesday with three or four hundred men, who are making preparations for an expedition up Green River. Return of the Home Guards.--Our gallant citizen soldiery, who responded so promptly to the call to arms on the 16th inst., when it was known that our city was in danger of assault from the rebel forces under Buckner's command, all returned to the city on Saturday evening, having served one day beyond the ten days for which they were called into the field. Affairs in Barren County.--We have letters from Glasgow, Ky., to the 16th inst., from which we learn that the intentions of the rebels in. that vicinity are taking such shape as may well excite the indignation of every true Kentuckian. Joseph H. Lewis, the recently defeated candidate for Congress in that district, is organizing a regiment of infantry to be mustered into the service of the Confederacy on Kentucky soil. The National Blues, Capt. Clarke, from Louisville, with the Lewis Guards, of