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or by the presence of superior forces of the enemy. The Union General Morgan, in command at Cumberland Gap, was even in a mere hopeless predcutting off supplies and preventing reinforcements from reaching Gen. Morgan, who has 10,000 men in possession of Cumberland Gap, while a larof rebels have surrounded the other side of the Gap to contend with Morgan for its possession. They do not dare come round into Kentucky, for capture would be inevitable. If with a large army they can defeat Morgan and capture his stores, arms, and men, they achieve an immense victh of the Gap, but he has not yet cut off the supplies from reaching Morgan, although the trains are threatened with capture, and recently he ang the present week; but we firmly believe that Generals Nelson and Morgan will be fully equal to this or any similar emergency. The receeous. The news by mail from the Southwest is more cheering. Gen. Morgan is nearly surrounded with rebels at Cumberland Gap, but thinks b