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of passages by water to and from the capital. I directed the several officers to take the advice and obtain the aid and efficient services in the matter of his Excellency, Edwin. D. Morgan, the Governor of New York, or, in his absence, George D. Morgan, William M. Evarts, R. M. Blatchford, and Moses H. Grinnell, who were, by my directions, especially empowered by the Secretary of the Navy to act for his Department in that crisis in matters pertaining to the forwarding of troops and supplies for the public defence. On the same occasion I directed that Gov. Morgan and Alex. Cummings, of the city of New York, should be authorized by the Secretary of War (Simon Cameron) to make all necessary arrangements for the transportation of troops and munitions of war in aid and assistance of the officers of the army of the United States, until communication by mails and telegraph should be completely re-established between the cities of Washington and New York. No security was required to b
Morgan's Latest Exploit. --A correspondent of the Mobile Register, writing from Chattanooga, recounts the following: Col. John H. Morgan returned last evening from his scout up the river, having gone in pursuit of some of the enemy's cavalry, who were reported to have gone up in search of our steamer, the Paint Rock. About seven miles up the river he broke up some flatboats, and brought others across to this side. Seeing no signs of the enemy, he crossed at a point above the island to make an exploration.--Taking a small canoe, accompanied by his cousin, Major Wash. Morgan, (who commands a company of Cherokee Indians,) and Col. George St. Ledger Grenfell, be crossed the river, and after proceeding out some distance heard some voices. Approaching. they came on a man and a boy. Col Morgan, seeing that the man mistook them for Yankees, asked him if he knew anything about the Secesh fellows over the river. "No."said he, "but I've learn that that rascal Morgan was over thar