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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 5. (ed. Frank Moore) 11 1 Browse Search
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O. Smith, and one brass twelve-pounder and a small artillery squad, under Capt. W. H. Glass, of Cincinnati; amounting in the aggregate to about three hundred and forithout notice to me to remove the women and children. I immediately ordered Capt. Glass to occupy the public square with his artillery, from which point he could cowith instructions to hold the bridge at all hazards. At this time I ordered Capt. Glass to put his piece in position so as to command Morgan's battery, and if possied as skirmishers through every field, completely encircling us. I ordered Captain Glass to put his gun in position to command the Millersburgh road, and give the eompany was ordered by myself to check that approach, but owing to the fact that Glass's gun was playing on them from Main street, it became too hazardous for them tonnon at about eight hundred yards distant, add commenced shelling the town. Capt. Glass immediately returned the compliment, evidently with good effect, his bronze