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hard lessons of the spirit of the Southern people, from the mouths of girls and boys who speak for their fathers, and brothers who are absent in the wars, and for the race which is to succeed them. The following passage has some significance: "Colonel Bryan's and several other houses were searched yesterday for sick Texans.-- None were found, for on the day of the panic the well ones want all over town and took their sick comrades away; but some folks are afraid of Texas rangers and Morgan's men" These things corroborate, from the very scene, the reports that are now going North, that Gen. Boeil is deeply disappointed at the reception of the Union forces at Nashville. Be has been enable to discover any material out of which a Northern Government can be reconstructed, other then the military material which he carries with him; and it will take an indefinite amount of that to colonies and govern even a position of the great region he has commenced traversing. No Unio
interesting account of some of the recent exploits of the gallant and intrepid cavalier, Capt. John H. Morgan, and his have men, in the vicinity of Nashville. His squadron belongs to Maj., General Heesboro', and to which the movement's of the enemy. Our the 7th inst., in the afternoon, Capt. Morgan, Lieut. Col. Robert, Woods (who accompanied him at an amateur,) 5 of Captains. men and 10 Raithin a mile of the Federal cavalry, reached the vicinity of Murfreesboro's that nights. Capt. Morgan was returning alone, towards Murfreesboro', and encountering a picket of six men, captured thl out the men one by one and surrender their arms, which was done — and all surrendered. One of Morgan's men, named Spalding, joined him with four prisoners, and they came up with Col. Wood and his p The above account is obtained from an authentic source. These and many previous exploits of Capt. Morgan and his men , indicate a daring bravery and patriotism worthy of the best days of the Revolut