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From Kentucky. Louisville, Sept. 6, --Capt. Garnett, of the State Guard, has been arrested for removing the guns of his company Southward. Gov. Harris, of Tennessee, has telegraphed Gov. Mageffin, of Kentucky, that Tennesseans have occupied and are fortifying Hickman and Chalk Bluffs, and that he disapproves of the proceeding. His message on the subject has been submitted to the Senate, and a special committee appointed to consider the subject and report to-morrow. There are rumors in town that the Lincoln gun-boats had shelled Columbus, but is can be traced to no reliable source. Governor Magoffin's message to the Legislature is merely retrospective, showing neutrality to have been thrice ratified at the ballot box, and that his own course in refusing men to Lincoln, and his efforts to keep belligerents off Kentucky soil, have received the nearly unanimous approval of Kentuckians. He says: "And now, addressing myself to the representatives of the peop
th of these companies last named have been doing duty, and very, very arduous duty, in Northwestern Virginia. Capt. Harrison's company is a part of the 23d Regiment of Virginia Volunteers, commanded by Col. Wm. B. Taliaferro, and was with Gen. Garnett's command at Laurel Hill, and was repeatedly, previous to the evacuation of that post engaged in the numerous and frequent conflicts which occurred with the enemy. They were also participants in all of the suffering and danger which was experienced by Garnett's retreating column, and bore a conspicuous and honorable part in the battle of "Carrick's Ford, " departing themselves in this, as they have done on every previous occasion, with a courage worthy of veterans. Capt. Lacy's company is a part of the 44th Regiment of Virginia Volunteers, commanded by Col. Wm. C. Scott. They have not as yet been in a battle, but the writer, who is a member of the same regiment, with which they are connected, can bear testimony to the gallant