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ee account of the exploit, which comes to us in the Northern journals under date of Louisville, May 11: One hundred and fifty of Morgan's cavalry at noon to-day captured forty-eight freight and four passenger cars and two locomotives at Cave City, Ky. Morgan supposed the train would contain 248 cavalry prisoners, bound northward. The operator at Cave City, however, gave notice of these facts to Bowling Green, and stopped the upward train. Among the captured Unionists were Majors HelveCave City, however, gave notice of these facts to Bowling Green, and stopped the upward train. Among the captured Unionists were Majors Helvetii and Coffee, both of Welford's cavalry, and one other Union officer and three or four soldiers. The rebels burned all the above cars, except two, and the locomotive, which brought the passengers back to Louisville. Scott's Louisiana Cavalry. We have published several notices of the gallant band under the command of Scott, a partisan leader, who bids fair to equal Morgan in the boldness of his movements. The following account, written by the Corinth correspondent of the Mobile