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e Midway road, moving in the direction of Georgetown. "Brigadier General Ward." This being our position and intention exactly, it was thought proper to throw Gen. Ward on some other track. So, in the course of half an hour, I manufactured and sent the following dispaapproved by Gen. Morgan: "Midway, July 15, 1862. "To Brig. Gen. Ward, Lexington: "Morgan, with upwards of 1,000 men, came withs reliable. The regiment from Frankfort had better be recalled. Gen. Ward," I receipted for this message, and again manufactured a message to confirm the information General Ward had received from Midway, and not knowing The taking of Murfreesboro' by Forrest was three dhim. I telegraphed as follows: "Frankfort to Lexington: Tell Gen. Ward our pickets are just driven in great excitement — pickets say thep us posted. "Lexington." "To Lexington: I will do so, Tell Gen. Ward I'll stay up all night if he wishes. "Georgetown." "To