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The Daily Dispatch: August 8, 1863., [Electronic resource] 3 1 Browse Search
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Progress of the War. Gen. Jno Morgan--his Demeanor in prison — his Departure from Cincinnati. A correspondent of the New York Evening Post writes from Cincinnati, July 30, as follows: For the several days since the arrival of the rebel General Morgan, crowds of people have besieged the city prison in order to get a view of the great "ubiquitous," but the burning rays of a July sun had a tendency to cool the ardor. A general order from General Burnside denied access to all, and eGeneral Morgan, crowds of people have besieged the city prison in order to get a view of the great "ubiquitous," but the burning rays of a July sun had a tendency to cool the ardor. A general order from General Burnside denied access to all, and even the mother of the prisoner was refused admittance. The "press" were not even favored, but your correspondent, by a mere accident, had a few moments' conversation with the guerrilla chieftain. He appeared quite at ease until he found that the "parole" dodge was useless, and that General Burnside refused to recognize it, when he became somewhat reserved and thoughtful He seemed to fear that he would be placed in uncomfortable quarters, as it was reported that he and his officers would be sen