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orious rebel, who has influence enough to drag the whole neighborhood with him into the ranks of Jeff. Davisdom. Here Col. Buckley determined to halt the weary Legion for a few hours' rest, after their long and rapid march. He marched them down thrurned in for the night. At 2 o'clock in the morning a messenger arrived from Gen. Rousseau, with intelligence for Col. Buckley. The long roll was quickly beaten, and in ten minutes the entire regiment were under arms and on the march.--The fullery minute to be gobbled up by the enemy. He said Gen. Rousseau had sent him back to fetch the horse, and to tell Col.. Buckley he needn't march the men any further. He said he believed the enemy were about to take the General and the cavalry pris for he had gone dashing on towards Green river like a wild man, and he believed the General had sent him back to stop Col. Buckley to keep the rebels from getting him, too. I told him I looked upon the matter in a somewhat different light, so far as