General Kirby Smith's campaign in Kentucky in 1862. By Paul F. Hammond.
Paper no. 2.
GeneraGeneral Kirby Smith is comparatively young — just fairly entering upon the prime of life.
He is thirty-se, and ought to have been done, the name of Kirby Smith would have been placed, at once, high upon en, feared the movement was premature; but General Smith, with the enterprise and audacity so essenith great celerity.
At Rockcastle river General Smith received dispatches from Scott, informing zed and fortified these positions afforded General Smith great satisfaction, inasmuch as it furnishion of the enemy to offer battle here gave General Smith the liveliest satisfaction.
It had been fstice of our cause inspires.
At 8 A. M. General Smith reached the battle field.
An artillery dunks, when the prince with the permission of Kirby Smith left the staff, and placing himself at the ntucky, or, very soon after, and following General Smith to the trans-Mississippi, won the affectio