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ution, and the great principles of American liberty will be thoroughly and permanently re-established throughout the rebellious States. The "Raids" of Morgan--Northern account of the State of affairs. A correspondent of the Cincinnati Commercial furnishes the following account of Morgan's raid in Kentucky: On Saturday, the 12th, John Morgan's outlaws were threatening the two most important cities in Central Kentucky. Morgan had moved from Harrodsburg to Lawrenceburg, in Anderson county, his scouts approaching Nicholasville on the east, as they pushed North, creating the impression that an advance was being made on that place. The village was in an uproar on Sunday, and the citizens made excellent time in abandoning it. They poured into Lexington by every means of conveyance, and by their exaggerated reports added intensity to the excitement there. Two cool- headed gentlemen, a railroad agent and a telegraph operator, towards evening took a hand car and proceeded dow