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d for their safety, as the road between the Federals and Green river is entirely clear of enemies. The Federals of late have become quite defiant. Their pickets heretofore have been thrown out only a short distance from their encampment at Muldraugh's hill, but within a few days Rousseau's men have been seen in within close proximity of Gen. Buckner's lines. Lincoln's reply when called upon for more men, that "The Union men of Kentucky must fight their own battles," has had a salutary effeepest regret at this loss. Arrest of prisoners. A dispatch to the Cincinnati Commercial says that a detachment of the Forty ninth Ohio regiment, Col. Gibson, consisting of 22 privates, under command of Major Drake, have returned to Muldraugh's hill from a scouting expedition, with 22 Secession prisoners. Three of them were brothers, and they had taken an oath never to be captured by the Federal troops alive; one had taken the oath of allegiance, and under the guise of a Unionist had b