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is noted for bravery and chivalry. The whole army, officers and privates, repose implicit confidence in him. The Greensburg expedition. The Louisville Courier, of Monday last, 21st, has what purports to be a correct statement of the operatiBowling Green last week. It seems that Gen. Hardee started from Bowling Green, on the 23d, with 1500 men, destined for Greensburg, to break up a Federal encampment at the latter place. He was delayed in his march by a sudden rise in Little Barren real Bull Run style. Some two hundred and fifty of the caviar, succeeded in effecting of the crossing, and proceeded to Greensburg, but the Lincolnites, some fourteen hundred in number, having been advised of the movements, precipitately fled towards Lebanon.--The cavalry then occupied Greensburg, where they still remained on Monday evening. But for the inopportune rise in Little Barren, the surprise of the enemy would have been complete, and their entire force would have been captured. Gen. H.