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the Nashville Railroad, eighteen miles south of Louisville. Immense amounts of freights and a great rush of people are daily going South by the Nashville route, of which the greatest number of passengers are arriving. It is thought that the great rush to the South is caused by the edict which has gone forth that after the first of September non intercourse with the South will be rigidly enforced and the rush to the North is owing to Davis' proclamation. The Courier says Camp "Dick Robinson" is constantly increasing. A negro yesterday swam the river at this point, passing over the falls, and landing, perfectly naked, in Camp Joe Holt. He expressed himself as being the property of Colonel Johnston, of Camp Boone, Tennessee. He was this morning return, under a file of soldiery, to the Jefferson county jail. Col. Rousseau has given Colonel Johnston active of the fact. Hon. Emerson Etheridge left for Frankfort this morning. From Washington. The Washington