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American, of the 21st inst., has been received. It contains dispatches from Cleveland and Cincinnati representing that Morgan attempted to cross the Ohio on Saturday, but was prevented by the fire of the gunboats. Two hundred of his men were drowned, and subsequently one thousand captured. Morgan, with one thousand men, had turned back, moving towards Gallipoli. A telegram, dated Hagerstown, 19th, says that the rear guard of Lee's army left Martinsburg at two o'clock Saturday morning. Meade's whole army is across the Potomac, rapidly following. Lee is retreating his main force by Strasburg, via Staunton, and not Culpeper. The American says that "the Hon. William Whiting, Solicitor of the War Department, leaves Boston on Wednesday, for Europe, as the commissioned legal adviser of our Ministers in England and France. His mission is said to be one of vast importance, and is reported to have reference to the building in England of iron clad ships, supposed to be intended for
th and all the rest of civilized creation, and when they have no other recourse than to return to the bosom of the old and honored and stronger armed brotherhood of the Union. Nevertheless, there are doubtless many mal contents, who, disgusted with their present rulers, are ready to fly back to the old Union whenever they can do so with certainty that their necks will be in no danger if they should be caught in the act of sacking an asylum with the good old field. Miscellaneous. Gen. Meade sends to Washington thirty-one of the regimental battle flags captured at the late battle of Gettysburg. Thirteen of these were taken from Virginia infantry regiments four from North Carolina regiments, two from Georgia regiments, one from an Alabama, one from a Mississippi, and one from a Florida regiment, and nine from regiments whose States were not known. Salem, Mass, has sick Protestant clergymen liable to be drafted, and the revolutions of the wheel have transformed them all int