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the energy and efficiency of volunteer aids Lieut. Smith, Thirteenth Kentucky, and Lieut. Dawson, Thtance. At about eight or nine o'clock A. M. Col. Smith arrived in town with six companies of the Niombat. A ball passed through the room where Col. Smith was posted, killing a man and striking the C fighting, some officer without consulting Colonel Smith gave the signal of a surrender. The Colonnts, and from what I know personally of Lieut.-Colonel Smith, I am led not only to believe, but to fAs early as the evening of the twenty-fifth, Col. Smith was apprised of the intended attack, and, inrgan made his appearance with his command, Colonel Smith, wishing to gain time, sent him the follow Very respectfully, your obedient servant, H. S. Smith, Commanding U. S. Forces. The demand mu, very respectfully, your obedient servant, H. S. Smith, Commanding United States Forces. Immediately after Smith's refusal to surrender, the fight commenced. This was about half-past 1 o'clock[7 more...]