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orenoon, 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 brains of Morgan's command.--Last evening, about 6 o'clock, a dispatch to Gen. Burnside announced that two companies of militia had captured 71 of, large numbers of pistols, revolvers, carbines, and accoutrements. We have killed of Morgan's officers, Cols Chenault and Thomas Morgan, and have captured Colonels Basil Duke, Dick Morgan, Ward, Ashton, and Grigsley. We have also killed nearly 300 of his men. The prospects are decidedly favorable that Morgan's entire force will eated great confusion in the rebel ranks, killing and wounding many. Leroy Fitch, Lt com'g. Morgan's artillery and about 2,500 prisoners, including Basil Duke, are expected to arrive here to-day. Burnside, in transmitting Shackelford's report to Halleck, says: "We have strong hopes of being able to capture