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Journal of Morgan's Raid. The Kentucky Loyalist, of the 11th ult., publishes the journal of Lt. Col. Alston, Morgan's Chief of Staff, who was captured on the 5th of July, and sent to Camp Chase, Ohio. It is very interesting and will well repay perusal: July 1st, 1863--On the banks of the Cumberland. The river very high, No boats--Gen. M. obliged to build a number of boats, which he accomplished with very little delay, and commenced crossing at sundown. July 2d.--Bucksville. ns and live on acorns, and crawl on their bellies to shoot an invader wherever they can see one. A writer in the Enquirer, who was with the expedition, gives an interesting account of it. We make some extracts, commencing where the journal of Col. Alston closes: July 9th--We marched on to Corydon, fighting near there 4,500 State militia, and capturing 3,400 of them and dispersing the remainder; then moving, without a halt, though Salisbury and Palmyra to Salem — at which point, telegraphing