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l mark his movements West of the Mississippi. From Nashville. We learn that the citizens of Nashville continue loyal to the Confederacy, and refuse to deal with the invader, notwithstanding the tempting baits and low prices the latter presents. Occasionally a dead Federal is found in the streets, although a strict guard is kept, without a clue to the secret hand that struck the blow. The invader will find it an elephantine labor to subjugate a people determined to be free. Major Morgan. This gallant partisan officer, with his battalion of cavalry, having been apprised of the fact that some 3,000 Federal have been thrown out with a view to his capture, rapidly shifted his location, and is determined to be found when he is prepared to strike a blow. It is said he has killed, or captured, some 1,700 Federal since they entered Tennessee. Col. R. F. Loonet. This brave and gallant commander has engaged in two or three skirmishes, near the Tennessee river. In on
! His! an eye of lightning! His! a heart of steel! Flushing deadly vengeance. Thrilled with fiery soul. Hound him down, ye Minions. Seize him — If ye can, But we worth the hireling knave Who meets him, man to man! II Well done! gallant Morgan! Strike with might and mate. Till the fair fields redden With a gory rain; Smile them by the roadside Smile them to the wood, By the lonely valley, And the purkling flood. Neath the mystic starlight, Neath the glares day, Harnes, Scatter thelow Marion of the West! Strike with him for freedom! Strike with main and might, Neath the noonday splendor, Neath the gloom of night; Strike by rock and roadside Strike in wold, and wood By the shadowy valley, By the purpling flood, On! where Morgan's war horse Thunders in the van! God! who would not gladly die Beside that glorious man! V. Hath the wily Swamp Fox Come again to earth! Hath the soul of Sumter Owned a second birth? From the western hill-slopes Starts a hero form, Stalwar