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Doc. 189.-Morgan's invasion of Indiana. A rebel official narrative. Richmond, Va., Friday, July 31, 1863. To the Editors of the Enquirer: Messrs. Editors: As much interest has been mani
sing by capturing a steamer between Louisville and Cincinnati, at Carrolton, and rejoined us in Indiana.
We paroled, up to the nineteenth, near six thousand Federals; they obligating themselves not to the enemy's hands again; I do not know it to be so, but fear they have.
After crossing into Indiana, the inhabitants fled in every direction, women and children begging us to spare their lives, a ally we would meet with a pure Southron, generally persons banished from the Border States.
In Indiana one recruit was obtained, a boy fourteen years old, who came as an orderly.
Our command was bountifully fed, and I think the people of Indiana and Ohio are anxious for peace; and could the idea of their ability to conquer us once be gotten rid of, they would clamor for an immediate recognitio