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condition, with not a horse or a man permanently the worse for the journey. The fight at Cynthiana, Kentucky--Union loss one hundred and Twenty-five killed and wounded--Morgan's from Sixty to em Capt. Wm. Glass, who arrived in this city yesterday, the following narrative of the fight at Cynthiana: His force consisted of sixteen men, an 18 pound cannon, caisson and ammunition, together with eight steam fire-engine horses from this city. The train arrived at Cynthiana at 2 o'clock P. M., and the nine were ordered by Col. Landrum to go to Judge Perrin's (sucesh) to dinner. Aftzier, (where the 35th Ohio, Colonel Vanderveer, encamped when that regiment took possession of Cynthiana) Seeing himself surrounded, Capt. Glass told his men to disperse and save themselves, which th among them were rifles. Mr. Thomas C. Ware (father of our city solicitor,) an old citizen of Cynthiana, was shot through the back of the head and killed while fighting on Pike street.--From 14 to 1