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a mile of Vinton, on the Marietta and Cincinnati railroad. Major McCook, father of Major-General McCook, died at Pomeroy yesterday, from the effects of wounds received at Burlington island. Cincinnati, July 22nd.--Morgan passed through Nelsonville, Athens county, at ten o'clock this morning. Our forces are close be- hind him. The Commercial's Columbus special says: After perambulating Athens county, Morgan took a southerly direction, crossing Washington county and the Muskingum river, in the direction of McConnelleville, with the evident intention to gain a point on the river above gunboat navigation, and cross into Virginia.--The authorities have made such arrangements as will effectually checkmate and capture his bands. The capitulation of Port Hudson — official correspondence — terms of capitulation. The Herald, of the 22d, contains the correspondence between Gens. Gardner and Banks in reference to the surrender of Port Hudson, as follows: Headqr
The Daily Dispatch: July 27, 1863., [Electronic resource], Meade's Boasting — official Dispatch from Gen. Lee. (search)
ceived from the office of Hon. Robt. Ould, Commissioner of Exchange, New York papers of the 24th and previous dates. The news is not very important. A dispatch from Baltimore says that on Thursday morning Gen. Lee's entire army was in motion, moving rapidly in the direction of Winchester. Gen. Ewell, who had made a move in the direction of Cumberland, Md., fell back, and followed Lee. There was still a large body of Confederate cavalry near Harper's Ferry. Morgan crossed the Muskingum river, 18 miles below Zanesville, Ohio, on Thursday morning last, with 1,000 men and three pieces of artillery. On the afternoon of that day he was in Guernsey county, near the Central Ohio Railroad, making eastward for the Ohio river. The citizens of Zanesville turned out to catch him, but he caught them and took 25 prisoners, including a Col. Chandler. The Abolitionists are turning the draft to political account. In Auburn, N. Y., the drafted men paraded on the 23d with flags and mu