's Northwestern expedition — arrival of General
of his men in Lynchburg
— they Centralics the Yankee
report of Morgan
--A letter to the Republican,
dated Camp Stuart, Greenbrier county
, 25th inst, mentions the arrival there of two hundred and fifty of Morgan
's men, who crossed the Ohio
The rest of the command were prevented from crossing by the gunboats.
An officer says they lost about three hundred in the battle.
None were taken prisoners.
--Several of Morgan
's men have arrived here.
They crossed the Ohio river
a short distance below Parkersburg
, and captured two hundred Home Guards and one 12 confider field piece.
They were with the main command on the 12th, and deny the Yankee
report of the capture of a thousand of Morgan
's men that day. They also express their confident belief in Morgan
's ability to make his escape.
Two of the command only were drowned in crossing the Ohio
--A dispatch to the Rebel
from Dublin Depot, Va., dated to day, from Etsworth, Morgan
's operator, says that a party of 300 of Morgan
's men crossed the Ohio
on Sunday, the 19th inst, 14 miles below Parkersburg
was there, but was prevented from crossing by the enemy's gunboats.
He remained on the other shore with a large party of men. The last news from him is that he was near Winchester, Ohio
, fearing up the railroad.
quiet in the army.
Nothing from the