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n this is done, he will take command and move forward for Nashville — The Forty sixth, Thirtieth, Thirty-fifth, Forty-first and Fifty-first have left for Kentucky, making 10,000 men from Indiana in ten days. Visit of ex-minister Faulkner to the House of Representatives. We clip the following paragraph from the Washington correspondence of the New York Herald, dated the 16th inst,: Charles J. Faulkner, ex-Minister to France, now on parole en route to exchange himself for Congress Ely, paid a visit to-day to the lobby of the House of Representatives, and met there several of those who were members with him of the last Congress. He insists upon his loyalty to the government, but no one believes him. Mr. Schuyler Colfax, of Indiana, gave him one hundred dollars in gold to be distributed among the sick and destitute of our prisoners at Richmond who have not otherwise been provided for. Release of Dr. Lloyd, of Alexandria. The Washington correspondent of the New York