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Correspondence relative to Gen. John H. Morgan. A correspondence has taken place between Commissioners Ould and Meredith relative to the case of Gen. Morgan. The Yankee Commissioner, in a letter of August, informs the Confederate authorities that Morgan and his officers Morgan and his officers will be placed in close confinement as hostages for Col. Streight and his command, and then in a letter of September says that their close conease them from that confinement. A letter from Lieut. Col. Alston, Morgan's Adjutant-General to the C. S. Secretary of War, is published withnfederate lines if his Government did not recognize the parole. Gen. Morgan gave instructions that they should be paroled. The letter contiis regiment are still on duty there. On the 26th July Brigadier General Morgan and most of his officers were captured. They were carriedthe whole proceedings. Seven days afterwards forty-two more of General Morgan's officers were conveyed from Johnson's Island to the penitenti