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a member of Congress from the Hermitage district, and was Minister to Portugal during the Administration of Harrison. John Overton, who, at the outset of the rebellion, tendered his entire property — thened tifiated at five millions--to Governor Harris, to aid in dissevering Tennessee from the National Confederacy is arrested. When the draft took place, hedssised upon all suspected of Union sentiments. He has a son in the rebel army. An ancodo's is told of him. Upon a regimental muster a large numbers of noisiest cattle, sheep, &c. He is noted for his hospitality, and was the person who entertained Charle. Sumue, some years ago. At the, incipiency of the rebellion in Tennessee he offered all his estate and his services to Governor Harris. He was a member of the Military Board, and untiring in his efforts to array the State militia in opposition to the United States Government. Island no ten. --Commodore Footh's Dispatch. Washington, April 9. --The following was