number were piled up near the court-house and burned; among them were rifles.
Mr. Thomas C. Ware (father of our city solicitor,) an old citizen of Cynthiana, was shot through the back of the head and killed while fighting on Pike street.--From 14 to 16 men were buried in Desha's cornfield, across Licking bridge. Twenty-five rebels were killed in the streets.
Seventeen Union citizens were killed and wounded.
Three of Glass's men were missing.
He feels sure of the safety of all but one--Tom Barry — who was asleep in the depot when the fight began.
After the fight Thursday evening, Morgan paroled about two hundred men he had disarmed, including about half of Billy Glass's party.
Glass himself escaped; was secreted (together with others) by a good Union lady.
He remained secreted until eleven o'clock next day. The bulk of the men had been under guard in the court-house all night.
When they came out Glass thought he would be looked upon as paroled, and ventured among them.