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rgan. Everything in regard to the heroic partisan, John T. Morgan, is interesting, and we therefore copy a narrative of ry Advertiser, of Thursday last: The veritable Col. John T. Morgan, of Kentucky, who has produced so much consternationhe is the man of the true metal he is represented to be. Col. Morgan looks to be about thirty years of age, has light hair anes are in the habit of outraging our ladies, appealed to Col. Morgan not to hurt them. With the gallantry of the true Southexpressed herself very grateful for her prize. After Col. Morgan had entered the carriage to go to the boat, he was broug and made good their escape somewhere near Clarksville. Col. Morgan was confident it was true, and felt greatly rejoiced thaim of Northern fanaticism, that he had fought against him (Morgan) on one occasion, regarding him then as a great monster, bme of his captured men were, and how they were treated. Col. Morgan presented him some Yankee money, taken from his brethren
this war the Union" by the promise of office and of honor and promotion in the future ! at time in the fortunes of men!" Cortion is the chief instrument. warfare" is the caption of the leader additional, which betrays the terror that Morgan has excited among the Union in Tennessee, and Says: "It becomes immediate duty of the Government to for this warfare. Let our cavalry be increased instantly, and properly buted. Let every city and district, there is a strong rebel elementr humanity in measures to cure a disease so terrible burned off or cut off. We have reason to believe that the rebel leaders begun a guerilla warfare in this State, there are wealthy rebels in this city in the secret of the whole plan, and Morgan, Wood, and Scott, by money by information. We have no doubt that pass between the guerillas and their every night. We call upon General Dupont and Governor Johnson to out these scoundrels immediately, and to all rebel communication There