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including a large number of Colonels, Majors, and line officers. I captured between six and seven hundred prisoners yesterday. I think I will capture Morgan himself to-morrow. Shackelford, Brig. Gen. U. S. Steamer Moore, Above Burlington Island, July 19. The following telegram is published. Hon. G. Welles, Sec'y Navy: After chasing Morgan nearly five hundred miles I at last met him on the river at this point, and engaged and drove him back, capturing two pieces of his artillMcArthur, Vinton county, last night. This morning he was within a mile of Vinton, on the Marietta and Cincinnati railroad. Major McCook, father of Major-General McCook, died at Pomeroy yesterday, from the effects of wounds received at Burlington island. Cincinnati, July 22nd.--Morgan passed through Nelsonville, Athens county, at ten o'clock this morning. Our forces are close be- hind him. The Commercial's Columbus special says: After perambulating Athens county, Morgan took a