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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 8. (ed. Frank Moore), Doc. 121.-skirmish near Mayfield, Kentucky. (search)
ite a hero by killing two rebels, and making such a speech on the occasion of his debut on the stage of war. He is now in his regiment, ready to do further service for his country. After learning of the disaster which had befallen his men, Captain Lynch, at Mayfield, sent out Lieutenant Murphy and forty of the Fifty-eighth, mounted on horses and mules, loaned by the Union men of the vicinity, with orders to bring back the prisoners at all hazards, even if they had to burn and destroy every t, and to-day are safely in Cairo. The Mayfield loyalists are loud in their praise of the Fifty-eighth. They say they have done more to clear out guerrillas and treason-mongers than all the troops ever stationed in the vicinity. It will please all the friends of this command to know that Colonel W. F. Lynch, of the Fifty-eighth, has been made Brigade Commander of the Second brigade, Sixth division, Sixteenth army corps; and has taken the field for active service with his brave men. T. H. W.
mont battery. The disposition of our troops was as follows: On the left, Colonel Lynch, Second brigade, Third division, Sixteenth army corps, consisting of the Fis, both of whom sacrificed their lives in defence of their country's honor; Colonel Lynch, Second brigade, Sixteenth army corps; Colonel Moore, First brigade, First was captured by the rebels, and retaken a few minutes after by our men. Colonel Lynch performed a gallant little exploit, which came near costing him his life. s at Pleasant Hill, in charge of two of our surgeons. Brigade report of Colonel Lynch. headquarters First brigade, Third division, Sixteenth army corps, Grae honor to command, I am, Captain, very respectfully, your obedient servant, W. F. Lynch, Colonel Commanding. Lieutenant-Colonel Baldwin's report. headquarte men. The commander of the right brigade in General Smith's first line was Colonel Lynch; the left brigade was Colonel Shaw's. The second line also consisted of two