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. Here, as elsewhere, they entered the stores and robbed them of everything of value that they contained. They cut the telegraph wires, but did no damage to the train. Early yesterday morning they left Bardstown, but in what direction they moved we have not been informed. It is the general belief that they moved off towards the Lebanon branch of the Nashville road. More arrests in New York — Seward's Bell Ringing again. The Herald, of Thursday, says: United States Marshal Murray made some very highly important arrests in this city yesterday, and succeeded in getting, with the parties, a large number of documents of a very valuable character.--The contents of these have not yet been divulged, nor has it been deemed prudent to give the names of the parties arrested. The subject matter of the papers is said to be most peculiar, and to throw light upon certain operations relative to Vallandigham and the rebels, with which the general public has not yet been made acquai