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ract from a letter in the Washington Republican, describing the aid and comfort Morgan met with from them in his recent raid: Two things are to be noted. MorganMorgan knew, before he crossed the river, who were his friends and who had arms. Upon entering Corydon he showed a list (and so at Salem) of every citizen who had a Henry the spy was a young man who visited there three weeks before and returned with Morgan. At Salem, a deserter from the 69th Indiana boldly joined Morgan and was armedMorgan and was armed by him, but was subsequently captured and is now in Salem jail. Good guides were always found, and strange as it was, money in specific some was demanded from pey had it. Yet, with much of local treason, the people as a mass were true, and Morgan himself, in some instances, swore roundly at some who boasted that they were opth the South. Where the K. G. C.'s were thickest there was full information in Morgan's possession of all he wished to know, but when he got what he wanted he treate