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nder guard of a full regiment of infantry, left for Columbus, where, by order of the Secretary of War, they will be confined in the State Penitentiary, in solitary confinement, until the release of our officers held as hostages in Richmond. Thus is the termination of the great Morgan raid, and Cincinnati breathes free once more. Yankee Account of the occupation of Jackson, Miss. The Memphis Bulletin, of the 22d ult., gives a description of the occupation of Jackson, Miss., on the 18th ult., by the Yankees. It says: After night set in the rebels had a band of music on their works, which played Dixie, and other tunes supposed to be peculiarly offensive to the "invaders" When day broke in the morning it was found that the rebel pickets had been withdrawn. Many of the soldiers crept up to the work and ascertained that during the night Johnston and his troops had evacuated the place. Soon other soldiers hurried in and a of plunder and destruc- tion took place. It was