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Doc. 87.-rebel raid into Lebanon, Ky., July 11-12, 1862. A correspondent of the Louisville Journal gives the following account of this affair: Lebanon, Ky., July 15. Now that things are somewhat quiet in and near Lebanon, I have concluded to give you a fair and impartial history of events that have transpired since the coming and going of the farfamed Acting Brig.-Gen. J. H. Morgan, C. S. A. On Friday, the eleventh, it was reported here about noon, that Gen. Morgan had attackedLebanon, Ky., July 15. Now that things are somewhat quiet in and near Lebanon, I have concluded to give you a fair and impartial history of events that have transpired since the coming and going of the farfamed Acting Brig.-Gen. J. H. Morgan, C. S. A. On Friday, the eleventh, it was reported here about noon, that Gen. Morgan had attacked and routed the Federal forces in Southern Kentucky, and that he was making his way to Lexington through Lebanon. Shortly after a despatch of this character was received, it was currently and correctly reported that the General, with a large force, was about twenty miles south-west of Le banon, near the little village of Pinch 'em, and that he would take Lebanon on that (Friday) night. Lieut.-Colonel A. Y. Johnston, in command at this place, immediately sent runners to the Home Guards to hol
six; missing, twenty-six; prisoners, seven--total, thirty-nine. Recapitulation. General officers killed,3 Officers of the line killed,8 Enlisted men killed,170   Total killed,181 Officers of the line wounded,7 Enlisted men wounded,591   Total wounded,598 Prisoners of war,47 Missing,216   Total prisoners and missing,263   Total loss,1,042 General Sheridan's report. headquarters Eleventh division, army of the Ohio, Camp on Rolling Fork, Six Miles South of Lebanon, Ky., October 23, 1862. Captain: I have the honor to make the following report of the operations of my division in the action of the eighth instant, near Perryville, Kentucky. In accordance with the instructions of the General Commanding, I directed Colonel Dan McCook, with his brigade and Barnett's battery, to occupy the heights in front on Doctor's Creek, so as to secure that water for our men. This was done very handsomely after a sharp skirmish at daylight in the morning, giving us f