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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 5. (ed. Frank Moore), chapter 225 (search)
Doc. 212.-the fight at Augusta, Kentucky. Report of Colonel Bradford. Augusta, Ky., Oct. 12, 1862. on the morning of the twenty-
cool, manly courage, worthy of regulars on any battle-field. J. Taylor Bradford, Commanding Forces.
Report of Judge Doniphan.
sir: On Saturday, about twelve o'clock M., Colonel Bradford received intelligence of the approach of between four and five h ck the gunboat Allen Collier moored alongside the Belfast, and Colonel Bradford despatched a messenger to the Collier, requesting her to remai rrying a gun, came along and anchored in front of our town.
Colonel Bradford then posted his men up the houses along Front street, and up M men fought on until it was madness to try to hold out longer.
Colonel Bradford ordered a surrender.
As soon as this was done, then commenced m Barr.
The confederate forces are a battalion of Morgan's. Colonel Bradford, Colonel Harris, and F. L. Cleveland, Esq., are still in the h