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it known that he will go. His family is here. Thomas Steele, who was in the battle at Manassas, on his return south ward, (towards Tennessee,) was arrested and searched on authority of a dispatch from Frankfort. It is stated that previous to his departure he was closeted with Governor McGoffin. He had, however, only personal and family letters in his possession, including several to Arnold Harris. Kentucky politics are becoming daily more rancorous. It is stated that if Garrett Davis visits Washington he will insist on having disbanded or removed the enlisted troops in camp in Garrard county. The ultra and conservative troops are quarrel lang--[i. e., The extreme Union or Lincoln men and those opposed to hostilities. Let them quarrel] Disturbance on the arrival of guns. Lexington Aug. 23 --The arrival of guns here caused great excitement, and it was increased by the arrival of 200 Lincoln cavalry from Garrard county, sent here to protect the arms t
Loss of the Jeff. Davis. Augusta, Aug. 24 --The Savannah Republican, of this morning, says that the privateer Jeff. Davis was lost on St. Augustine Bar on Sunday last. Her crew and armament were saved.