result in the utter defeat of the Union army.
Gen. Morgan in Indiana — great excitement There--Fifty thousand troops called out-- saw ry chief, General Morgan has gone through Kentucky and gotten into Indiana, much to the terror of its inhabitants.
He crossed into Indiana oIndiana on the 7th, with cavalry, infantry, and artillery, to the number of 8,000 men, and captured Corydon, a town about 25 miles from Louisville, Ky., It was formerly the capital of Indiana. Gov. Morton, of Indiana, immediately issued a proclamation, calling for 50,000 men, and declared mIndiana, immediately issued a proclamation, calling for 50,000 men, and declared martial law in the border counties.
At Indianapolis, 125 miles from Corydon a Michigan regiment had arrived with a battery of artillery' and lbany, threatened by this raid of Morgan's, is the largest city in Indiana, having a population of some eighteen thousand.
It is famous for ying on the towns:
On the 1st instant Capt. Cline, of the 31 Indiana cavalry went to Greencastle and captured Lee's private orderly and