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h inst., says that county has raised nine companies under the last call, and that "when the Government gets in earnest the rebellion will be put down and traitors hung." A letter from a soldier at Battle Creek, Tenn., Aug. 8th, says: "We have all the army here that was at Corinth, and 200 field pieces. More infantry is expected in a few days." A letter dated Lincoln county, Mo., Aug. 18th, from a son to his father, says the draft by the U. S. Government was very injudicious, as "Davis will get six men to Lincoln's one" He adds that he would rather see Indians than Federal in Missouri, for they could not steal or murder more.--Dr. Ben Tood, according to this letter, was taken out of bed by the Federal troops on the 15th and shot dead. It adds that "he was a Southern man, but had taken the oath, and was staying at home, attending to his business." The writer says "it is thought in this State that the mails will be in the hands of the South in less than a month." A touching