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ckner broke up the Union camp in Owen county on Saturday last, capturing 460 stand of arms and their camp equipage. The Unionists ran and some Indianians swam the river. Gen. Buckner, it is reported, has gone to Hopkinsville to disperse the Union camp, Smithland, occupied by the Federals on the 24th. The Louisville Democrat, of the 27th ult., states that Hon. John C. Breckinridge and George B. Hodge are fifty miles above Richmond, Ky., with 2,800 men, drilling. Gov. Morehead, R. T. Durrett, and Burr, have arrived at Fort Lafayette. James B. Clay, and W. G. Overton, of the Louisville Courier, have been arrested, but Minister Preston has escaped. L. B. Munroe, U. S. District Judge, and L. B. Munroe, Jr., Secretary of State of Kentucky, have both resigned. They arrived here yesterday, having succeeded in making their escape. They report that Gen. Zollicoffer, a few days ago, captured nearly one thousand stand of arms intended for Union men. The Louisville Dem