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A "Copperhead" paradise.

--Idaho and Nevada are said by the Yankee papers to swarm with disaffected and disloyal men. It is estimated that ten thousand men of this class have goes there in the past year and a hait. The territories named are a perfect Copperhead paradise.

F. H. Kending and James H. of Washington city, were sentenced, on the 5th instant, to imprisonment at hard labor in Fort Delaware for five years for and while Washington was threatened by the rebels.

Guerrillas appear to be very active in Arkansas. Letters from White river say that on the 33d Joe Shelby's rebel forces attacked the Yankees near Duvall's Bluff, and captured nearly the whole of the Fifty-four Illinois regiment.

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