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Important Arrivals.

Hon. John C. Breekingridge, ex-Vice-President of the life United States; Col. William Presion, of Kentucky, ex-Minister to Spain, and Col. Humplirey Marshall, late member of the United States Congress, from the Louisville, Ky. district, will arrive in this city this afternoon by the Danville train. These gentlemen come direct from Bowling Green, Kentucky, the present headquarters of Gen. A. S. Johnston, and of Gen. Buckner. Their visiting to the President, and is regarded as very important one to the cause of the Southern Kentucky.

Col. Thomas L. Snead, Adjutant General of Gen. Stefing Price, of Missouri, arrived in this city yesterday afternoon by the Dansville train, directly from the headquarters of Gen. Price, Col. Snead was in all the actions which have occurred between our troops and the Federalists in Missouri--among others, at Springfield, and Lexington. He is thoroughly conversant with the condition of Missouri, and is specially deputated by Gen. Price to confer fully with Col. Snead is the gentlemen some of whose slaves were lately concelebrated and set into by deeds of manumission by our readers will recollect. He is what of Richmond, and will be welcomed back by is of early acquaintances.

Gen. Merlwerber L. Clarke, of Missour, arrived yesterday afternoon, together with several other gentlemen and officers of stragging State.

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