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Official report of Kirby Smith.
headquarters army of Kentucky, Richmond, Kyquering army of heroes under the command of Major-Gen. Kirby Smith.
His advance has been announced for severaand successful affairs on his march from the Gap, Gen. Smith arrived at Richmond (twenty-five miles from Lexines the large Federal force of killed and wounded, Gen. Smith took about five thousand prisoners, most of whom opposing them; and though but a small portion of Gen. Smith's force was engaged, it was mere child's play for apparently formidable army, and on Monday, when General Smith's approach was announced, confident predictions n Kentucky from oppression.
On Monday morning, Gen. Smith's advance — Churchill's division — entered and oc in the early part of the day, in time to receive Gen. Smith, (who arrived about eleven o'clock) with such dem of magnanimity presented by the proclamation of General Smith, (which we publish in another column,) and respo