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An Egyptian doing good service. --Capt. Bradshaw, the daring Southern Illinois Guerilla Chief, is performing deeds of valor, and rendering essential aid to our cause in Southern Kentucky. Capt. B. has an independent command of about 40 mounted men, and is engaged in scouting expeditions. On the 12th he delivered over to Gen. Tilghman, at Hopkinsville, 36 rifled muskets, with their bayonets, cartridge boxes, &c. These Lincoln guns belonged to one Capt. Carper, and ware found secrated in the woods near Flat Lick, in Christian county. They were immediately placed in the hands of Texans, who will doubtless receipt to Old Abe for the same.--Louisville Courier 15th.