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s part of the State, and now leads the first regiment that goes from East Tennessee to Virginia. His soul is fired with patriotism and military ardor, and he will glory in occupying the post of danger. His men will follow where he leads. Lieut.Colonel Reese is a son of Hon. William B. Reese, lately deceased, of this city, who was for many years one of the Supreme Judges of the State. He is an educated man, endowed with soldierly qualities, and well fitted for his position. Maj. Wash. Morgan, as he is familiarly called, is every inch a soldier and a hero. Indian blood courses through his veins. His father, the late Col. Gideon Morgan, married a Cherokee woman, (half breed,) and during the war of 1812 commanded a regiment of Cherokees, under Gen. Jackson, in his campaign against the Creeks. His son was in the Mexican war, and now goes to fight for the South on the soil of Virginia, and, if need be, in Maryland. Col. Vaughn and Maj Morgan are from Morgan county, which has