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Northern items through Southern sources.

Augusta, Ga., Sept. 19.
--The Louisville Courier of the 16th has the following items:

‘ There is great activity in the Northern Navy-Yards. New vessels are building and old ones being repaired rapidly.

About one hundred families have left Paducah, Ky., since its occupation by Lincoln's hirelings.

Houses in Louisville have been searched for arms.

A fleet of steamers and barges arrived at Louisville on the 15th. The barges are to be used as bridges.

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