A Federal scout named W. J. Murray went on horseback from New-Orleans to Baton Rouge, to ascertain the condition of the telegraph line, which has been destroyed by the rebels.
He rode forty miles through the enemy's country, which was infested with roving bands of guerrillas, but met with no opposition, and returned to New-Orleans with safety.--Louisville Journal.
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