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Colonel Morgan in Tennessee, his Narrow escape from capture. The Knoxville Register, of Wednesday, has an interesting letter from its army correspondent, giving an account of Col. Morgan's expedition from Corinth into Tennessee, which we transty, and the cavalry that had been sent in pursuit of us. Col. Morgan answered it in Col. Mathews' name, and ordered the cavalo horse, the enemy was upon us in overwhelming numbers. Col. Morgan and Lieut Col. Wood, (of West Adams's regiment,) after m legions, estimated and since known to be 4,000 strong. Col. Morgan charged through them with about 100 men, and took the roe up, for the Federals were about to burn the town. Col. Morgan arrived at this place with 40 men the next day. I arrivenon to Carthage, and a volley of 60 guns were fired at Colonel Morgan as he climbed the bank after crossing the river. of the Lock-port, N. Y., Dally Adv. and Dem. P. S.--Col. Morgan and men are in good health and spirits, but greatly fati