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Bell's Life in London, under the caption of ‘"Novelty in Warfare,"’ reproduces from the private correspondence of Col. St. Leger Grenfel, full accounts of Gen. Morgan's performances in the telegraphic department of the Confederate Army. Bell's Life states that the record of Morgan's achievements reads like that of Louis XIV.'s campaign in the Porte St. Martin. Cepit urbes munitas quadrigents. He has captured seventeen cities, and destroyed millions of dollars worth of United States property. Morgan's name is becoming world wide.
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