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at place, whither is not exactly known. Bragg himself is reported to have been called to Richmond. It is ascertained, however, that but from two to three thousand partly mounted cavalry are left in East Tennessee and Northern Alabama. owing to Morgan's expedition North. With the great numerical as cendancy thus gained by our cavalry, that remnant will soon be swept away, the rebel lines of communication placed at our mercy, and the road for raiding incursions to the heart of Alabama and Geor, to pay mustered out nine monthsmen and militia1,500,000 About to go to New 2,500,000 Total$20,500.000 To pay Rosecrans's army the paymasters have gone to Tullahoma. To pay Grant's army the paymasters are waiting at St. Louis delayed by Morgan's raid. Paymasters and funds are ready to pay the Army of the Potomac as fast as rolls are received Very few rolls have been sent in as yet, ing to movements of the army. The fighting at Charleston. The Charleston Courier of Monday, has
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Morgan's Northwestern expedition — arrival of General of his men in Lynchburg — they Centralics the Yankee report of Morgan's Losses. Lynchburg, July 28 --A letter to the Republican, dated Camp Stuartions the arrival there of two hundred and fifty of Morgan's men, who crossed the Ohio near Parkersburg. The nd Dispatch] Lynchburg July 28 --Several of Morgan's men have arrived here. They crossed the Ohio rivy the Yankee report of the capture of a thousand of Morgan's men that day. They also express their confident belief in Morgan's ability to make his escape. Two of the command only were drowned in crossing the Ohio. rom Dublin Depot, Va., dated to day, from Etsworth, Morgan's operator, says that a party of 300 of Morgan's meMorgan's men crossed the Ohio on Sunday, the 19th inst, 14 miles below Parkersburg. Morgan was there, but was prevented Morgan was there, but was prevented from crossing by the enemy's gunboats. He remained on the other shore with a large party of men. The last new