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t in his support, and then refuses to arm or aid them. On the other hand, most of the leading Union men charge the Home Guards with acting infamously in going over or giving up their guns to the Confederates, or when this is not the case, they refuse to fight or give their guns to men who will. A gentleman direct from Greensburg, reports that place occupied by 1,600 Federals, under Gen. Ward. They have no cannon, but are well supplied with small arms. It is reported that camp Dick Robinson is dreadfully afflicted with the measles and smallpox; numbers of the men have been sent off — some to check Zollicoffer, others to Harrodsburg and Lexington, and others in the direction of Green and Casey counties to cut off Southern rights men who might be seeking Gen. buckner's camp. Passengers from Columbus report that place as quiet, nothing having occurred to disturb the harmony of camp since the late visit of gun-boats from Cairo. The above is taken from the Nashville Un