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The Rebels Evacuated Western Virginia--morgan In Buell's Rear

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Cinoinnnti, Out. 20. Advices frorn Gen, Cox, at Gallipolis, report thut the rebels had ovacuated Westera Virginia nnd gone ta Eust Tennessee, tnking with them all tlieir tra'ms, &o. They have munufactured and carried awy '200,000 bags of snlf, a suílícicnt quantity to keep thein for one year, JUüfore leaving they destroyod tho salt works and a hu'ge rnnnni of otbei' pvopcrty. Gen. voj will bc in possossion of Charleston toïnoirow. John Morgan bas turnt d up in Buell's rear, and tho impressionprovailt; ho will atteinpt amusement at destroying trains. His forcé nütnbers not less than 2,500, armed to tho teeth. His recont dash into Lexington wa ntcnded ns a check of tho Federal advunce, whjle his main lorco could movo westyrly. Llumphny Marsliall, with 1,000 men was at JJount ytprliug on Sucilay, muking prepai-atiops for a eonthward retroftt. Ten rebels deserted ín a body and arrived in Paris ori Sunday evening and deliveied tbemselves up. They represent that "Oid Tub," as they cali Hurnpbrey, bas deceived tbem so frequently that tbey are cletermined to desert hirn at evory opportunity. John Morgan tías state(J th-.t, wben ho went nlo Kstull county, to bea'l G. W. fttorgan's advance, he was to have been joined by Humpbrey Marshall, who fftiling to come to time, the expedí lion failed, and the Cumberland Gap héroes eseaped an engagöinent. Morgan'a movements are certaiiily very auspiciotie, and have tho appearance of cpntioued dashesand, a raid uponNortbern Kentuckj,


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