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is connected with his command, is a de- of that noble old hero of revolutionary memory, General Daniel Morgan. He is now only thirty-three years of age, and is, consequently, in the prime and vigor, and an account of others which we are promised, fully prove him to be this commander. Captain Morgan's squadron consists now of four companies, viz: his own, the Lexington Rifles, which is Compin Bowles, and Company D, Captain Churchwell; numbering in all about four hundred and fifty men. Morgan commands as the senior Captain, having declined a superior appointment, because he had magnanimohe fate of his brave followers. His command wear the plain costume of private citizens, and Captain Morgan himself is without any distinguishing mark, and always rides with his rifle in hand and ready for action. The Adjutant of the squadron is Lieut. B. Duks, who married Capt. Morgan's sister the night before the squadron left Lexington. Each Captain; many subordinate officers and privates