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en detailed as escort to the rebel officers to the depot of the Little Miami railroad--First came John Morgan, dressed in blue jean pants, and having on a new grass linen blouse, his towering from prominent in the procession. He is a man of over six feet in height, weighing perhaps some two hundred pounds, with erect from, florid complexion, light hair, goatee, and moustache closely trimmed. He has rather a pleasant blue eye, full and sharp, and his gait is swaggering. Beside him walked Col. Cluke, a tall, raw-boned man of somewhat swarthy complexion, with dark hair and eyes, which have a sinister expression. There seems much of the brute predominant in his features, and, while unpopular with his command, is spoken of as having a cruel disposition. Next came Morgan's Adjutant General, wearing a full rebel uniform, and by his side was the Quartermaster, a cousin of Gen. Morgan. Two and two, to the number of twenty eight, followed the whole, enclosed by double files of soldiers