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The Daily Dispatch: August 9, 1862., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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An extraordinary Chapter in the War.brilliant telegraph Feat. Col. Morgan, in his into tour through Kentucky, was accompanied by a telegraph operator named G. A. Ellsworth, whose feate in intercepting Federal messages seem to be more brilliant than any yet recorded. They show that, with a bold, active foe, the telegraph can be made urlous rather than beneficial to those who employ it. The Louisville and Nashville line was first tapped by the operator near Bowling Green; thus: I tooe. All well in Dixie. John H. Morgan, Commanding Brigade." "Gen. J. T. Boyle, Louisville: "Good morning, Jerry. This telegraph is a great institution. You should destroy it, as it keeps you too well posted. My friend, Ellsworth, has all of your dispatches since the 10th of July on file. Do you wish copies? John H. Morgan, "Commanding Brigade." "Hon. Geo. W. Dunlop, Washington City: "Just completed my tour through Kentucky--captured seventeen cities