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July 18. Great excitement and terror existed among the citizens of Cincinnati, in consequence of the vicinity of the force of rebel guerrillas under John Morgan. Colonel Burbank, Thirteenth United States infantry, assumed military command of the city, and issued orders directing all officers in the volunteer service to report to him. The Governor of the State also issued an order calling for volunteers to serve for thirty days. The excitement of Cincinnati pervaded the adjoining towns in Kentucky. At Kingston, North-Carolina, two negroes were executed, by order of Colonel Sol Williams, C. S. A., having been found guilty of drumming up recruits for Burnside's army.--Richmond Examiner, July 24. Col. Salomon, of the Ninth Wisconsin volunteers, at his encampment on Grand River, Ark., arrested Col. Weer, commander of the Indian expedition, and assumed command. A desperate fight took place near Memphis, Mo., between a detachment of Union troops, numbering about four h