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ville, having on board the prisoners of Morgan's party taken at Lebanon, was turned back, and thus the gallant Colonel was disappointed in liberating them. From Cave City Col. Morgan returned by way of Burkeville, where he captured seven of Wolford's cavalry who were armed with Sharp's rifles and revolvers; thence by Livingston and White Pi los to Sparta. From Sparta our last intelligence of the partisan Colonel is that he was making his way through the mountains to Chattanooga. Whether he will "turn up" next in Northwestern Virginia or on the Ohio river near Paducah, we have no intimation. It was reported in Kentucky that Col. Wolford, whose cavalry fought Morgan at Lebanon, was wounded in the bowels, supposed mortally. Nail the colors to the Mast. We copy the following editorial from the Richmond Christian Advocates. We commend its spirit to every Southern man: The resolution of a people is a power not to be despised. It is the essential fire — the vital