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that comes under my supervision on this route. I expect in a short time to pay you a visit, and wish to know if you will be at home. All well in Dixie. John H. Morgan, Commanding Brigade." "Gen. J. T. Boyle, Louisville: "Good morning, Jerry. This telegraph is a great institution. You should destroy it, as it keeps you too well posted. My friend, Ellsworth, has all of your dispatches since the 10th of July on file. Do you wish copies? John H. Morgan, "Commanding Brigade." "Hon. Geo. W. Dunlop, Washington City: "Just completed my tour through Kentucky--captured seventeen cities, destroyed millions of dollars worth of U. S. property — passed through your county, but regret not seeing you. We paroled fifteen hundred Federal prisoners. "Your old friend, John H. Morgan, "Commanding " The foregoing dispatches were well calculated to dumfound these Yankee dignitaries — who, no doubt, were half inclined to pronounce them some sp
Knoxville, Aug. 7.--A dispatch this morning from Brigadier General Stevenson states that after a gallant action of four hours yesterday, hear Tazewell, the enemy were repulsed with great slaughter, and is in full retreat. A courtier reports that a battery of four guns was taken after our men were twice repulsed, with the loss of one hundred and nine men. Gen. Burton has succeeded in gaining the enemy's rear. General Stevenson, being reinforced, flanked Bowen's command, capturing the "Federal Army of East Tennessee." The murderer of Gen. Caswell w. night. [This is Morgan's army which was defeated. I was supposed to have numbered about 9,000 [Third Dispatch.] Chattanooga, Aug. 8.--There are rumors of a battle between Stevenson's brigade and 4,000 Federal near Tazewell, 12 miles from Cumberland Gap. On Tuesday, Vaughan's 30th Tennessee regiment whipped B'rd's renegade Tennessee regiment at Big Creek Gap. The Confederate loss was 12; Bird's loss, 100.