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Doc. 1. proclamation of Gov. Morgan, Governor of the State of New York. A conspiracy, not the work of a day, but the result of years, of false, wicked, and traitorous machinations, has for several months disturbed the peace of the State of New York and of the Federal Union. Its movements have been marked by violence and fraud. Wherever it has manifested itself, it has disregarded the rights of citizens, coerced them into the ranks of its armies, and exercised an absolute control ovet the response be worthy of her history. Let her answer go back in full ranks of earnest men, who, justly valuing the magnitude of the interests involved, temporarily relinquish their pursuits and prepare to meet the crisis. In witness whereof, I have hereunto affixed [L. S.] the privy seal of this State, at the city of Albany, this 22d day of August, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and sixty-one. Edwin D. Morgan. By the Governor: Lockwood L. Doty, Private Secretary.
, an agent of the United States Government, gives the following details of this skirmish: Col. Morgan, whose regiment, the Eighteenth Missouri, is stationed at Laclede, in Linn County, Mo., havinrce of five or six hundred men had crossed the creak, and were some distance along the road. Col. Morgan crossed the creek immediately, and while passing along the road, up a deep and muddy ravine, aning them out of the thickets. The pursuit continued until late on Saturday afternoon, when Col. Morgan called his men together, and with the wounded and prisoners marched back to Laclede. Two of n prisoners. A number of horses and camp equipage was also captured. The old man who decoyed Col. Morgan into the ambush, as soon as he saw the rebels running, attempted to make his own escape, but tally shot and killed the following day at Laclede, as he was attempting to mount his horse. Col. Morgan and his regiment are doing splendid service in that part of the country, and will soon give a
for the missing officers, we have no doubt of the safety of the Colonel, Major, Adjutant, Assistant-Surgeon Revere and Lieut. Perry of Company D, and no doubt of the death of Capt. Babe, late Lieut. of Co. C, and Lieut. Wesselhoeft of the same company. Your obedient servant, Francis Winthrop Palfrey, Lieut.-Col. Commanding Twentieth Reg. Mass. Vol. Lieuten Ant-Colonel Mooney's report. Headquarters Tammany regiment, camp Lyon, near Poolesville, Md., Nov. 4, 1861. To His Excellency Edwin D. Morgan, Governor of the State of New York: sir: I herewith transmit to you a complete report of an engagement with the rebels at a point on the Potomac River, in the State of Virginia, known as Ball's Bluff, in which the Tammany regiment from New York City were active participants. On the morning of the 21st ult. Col. Coggswell received orders from Brig.-Gen. Stone to hold the regiment in readiness to march on a moment's warning to a point two miles below Conrad's Ferry, in the State