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and ventured among them. A company of cavalry, to the number of fifty, posted on Main street, a few yards to the rear of Captain Glass's position, conducted themselves shamefully, as they broke and fled at the first fire. Morgan at Lebanon, Ky. The Louisville Journal, of the 15th, gives some extraordinary accounts of Morgan at Lebanon, Ky. It says: Morgan took possession of the town near three o'clock in the morning. He was detained at New Market bridge nearly two hours, byLebanon, Ky. It says: Morgan took possession of the town near three o'clock in the morning. He was detained at New Market bridge nearly two hours, by thirty men and failed to force his way across the bridge until he brought his artillery to bear upon it. During the engagement he got two bullet-holes through the top of his hat. He awarded great praise to Lieutenant Catlin and men for their daring and accuracy in shooting. The Lieutenant and men made good their escape, and lay out in the woods until Sunday last. When Morgan took possession of Lebanon he declared that he would respect private property. But his men failed to do it, and he