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violent Secessionists, were burned to the ground, and George Downes, Wm. Harris, Seth Rogers, Newton Radcliffe, and James W. Morgan, all noted Rangers, were captured. Outrages of a Federal commander in Alabama--horrible barbarities. Gen. all masters of vessels sailing to foreign ports, and all claim agents, to take the oath of allegiance. Operations of Morgan's guerrillas. Louisville, Ky., July 13. --Rumors have reached here that Morgan's guerrillas, 2,800 strong, in twoMorgan's guerrillas, 2,800 strong, in two squads, are at Harrodsburg and Danville, destroying property and stealing horses. Considerable excitement exists in Louisville on account of the proximity of the guerrillas. Effective measures are being taken to prevent incursions. July 13--Midnight.--Reports have been just received that the main body of Morgan's guerrillas were at Rough and Ready, nine miles south of Frankfort, at five o'clock this afternoon. Our informant says the State archives are being removed from the Capitol.
illards's, waiting for the movement of the waters.--Pray heaven it may be one of healing. The call for troops — the responses of the loyal States.[from the New York Herald, July 14.] We publish to-day the responses from the Governors and the people of the States of New York, Massachusetts, Maryland, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Rhode Island, Vermont, Wisconsin, and Connecticut. Other Governors have issued proclamations; but they have not yet reached us. The proclamation of Governor Morgan, of New York, is fully up to the mark. Those which we lay before our readers to-day breathe a spirit of patriotism and determination worthy of the great cause at stake. We have no doubt that the quotas of troops called for will soon be enrolled in the grand army of the Union, and viseing with its veterans in fighting the battles of the Republic. The number required is only a fraction of what the loyal States could send to the war. The State of New York alone could furnish 400,000
The Daily Dispatch: July 21, 1862., [Electronic resource], The lines East of the Blue Ridge — affairs in the Valley. (search)
them in the hope that they will restore the vital spark in dead hearts. In the Northwest the dashing achievements of Morgan are spreading dismay. The towns are holding meetings to prepare for defence. Swinopolis has turned out in large numbers.! A desperation like this is without precedent! He should be called Gen. Pork. His fat followers will be good game for Morgan's men, who would gladly "give to grease their shining blades." The deeds of the Arkansas and the reverse at Murfreesborough gave the more terror to Morgan's daring movements in Kentucky. We learn from private and newspaper sources that these events have powerfully aroused the loyal Southerners in Kentucky, who are joined by numbers of Union men, whose patience is worn out and hopes destroyed by the ruthless tyranny of the Black Republicans at Washington. We have not a doubt that Morgan will be largely reinforced by gallant Kentuckians. The Federal operations on the Tennessee must be greatly perplexed b