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test and most direct information from Crittenden's command shows the same spirit of dissatisfaction and insubordination that prevails above. Desertions are of daily occurrence, and hitter denunciations of the acts of the Lincoln Congress universal among the Kentucky troops. Several who have deserted have succeeded in making their way within General Clark's lines at Hopkinsville, Ky, The vandals at Paducah are reported as having resumed their depredations upon the Southern Rights men of Graves county--burning houses and plundering the people. To-day rumors and reports of a highly important and exciting character reached here from Green river. They are to the effect that the enemy are crossing over in large force at the month of Little Barren, and that they are also crossing in force at several points below. The Kentucky Cavalry, Col. B. Helm, are closely watching their movements. This may not be correct, though the report is just received and from a source which is entitled t