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nnessee, which we transfer to our columns. It will be seen that the gallant Morgan came near being captured by an overwhelming force of the enemy: Sparta, Tenn, May, 8th, 1862. We left Corinth on the 20th of April, and crossed the Tennessee river on the 26th and 27th, arrived at Lawrenceburg on the 31at, learned the Federals were in possession of Pulaski, and on "May day" we had a frolic with them, in which we took 290, and 24 officers including Gen. Mitchell's son; killed 18, and lost none. The country had become alarmed, and troops were sent to the Tennessee river to out us off. We continued on the next morning, and encamped 13 miles from Shelbyville that night. Marched the 31 and encamped within 6 miles of Murfreesboro' at night. At dawn on the 4th our pockets and the Federal pickets had an engagement. We passed around the place and crossed the Nashville and Murfreesboro' pike to Smyrna, where we tore up the railroad track and out the telegraph wire; attacked a