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e number of prisoners between one thousand and fifteen hundred, including a large number of Colonels, Majors, and line officers. I captured between six and seven hundred prisoners yesterday. I think I will capture Morgan himself to-morrow. Shackelford, Brig. Gen. U. S. Steamer Moore, Above Burlington Island, July 19. The following telegram is published. Hon. G. Welles, Sec'y Navy: After chasing Morgan nearly five hundred miles I at last met him on the river at this point, andl created 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 Morgan and the remaining portion of his forces, thus wiping out this band." Cincinnati, July 22.--Morgan, with about 500 men, encamped near McArthur, Vinton