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rd, Ct., 1,127 men have been drafted. A meeting of the citizens is called for Thursday next to consider the propriety of voting an appropriation sufficient to pay for the exemption of all. The drafting proceeded quietly in Philadelphia on the 21st, and 2,090 men were drafted. It was decided that a negro substitute may go in for a drafted negro, but not for a white man. Thirteen Roman Catholic priests have been drawn so far in Pennsylvania. Their congregations paid for their exemptions. o Bag him. The Western papers have a great many different accounts of Gen. Morgan's march out of Indiana and his movements to escape. We give some of them, which will show some truth and a good deal of lying. The Cincinnati Gazette, of the 21st inst., says: Gen. Burnside received a dispatch yesterday forenoon, announcing that one hundred and fifteen of Morgan's men had surrendered to a force of only twenty of our men. Another dispatch announced the capture of Basil Duke, the head and
emy evacuated Jackson yesterday morning. Colonel Wirt Adams's cavalry dashed in and captured a few stragglers. Canton has also been evacuated. Grant's entire army has gone to Vicksburg. They have entirely devastated the country through which they passed. Our cavalry captured forty robbers, with a Lieutenant, who were sacking houses. An attempt to blow up the State-House failed, although it is badly damaged. Our cavalry are pursuing. They have destroyed all the machine shops, rolling stock, cannon, and track, between Jackson and Vicksburg. Mobile will no doubt be the next place of attack. [second Dispatch.] Morton, July 24. --An officer from Vicksburg says that McPherson's entire corps left that place on the 21st, moving up the river. Their officers stated that they were going to Richmond. Transports from above are constantly arriving. Nearly all the rolling stock and cannon have been sent up to Grenada, and were consequently saved.