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Comte de Paris, History of the Civil War in America. Vol. 2. (ed. Henry Coppee , LL.D.), Book IV:—Kentucky (search)
naced at once the two important positions of Frankfort, the capital of the State, and Lexington; antruck the railroad leading from that city to Frankfort, and after a brisk fight captured the Federaptember 15th, and fell back upon the town of Frankfort, which a portion of Smith's troops had just e remainder of Kirby Smith's troops occupied Frankfort. The recruits, collected in haste, who crowturns directly toward the north, and passing Frankfort discharges itself into the Ohio. At the poithe new secessionist governor of Kentucky at Frankfort; Kirby Smith was there with his corps; BraggRiver, the Federals, by marching direct upon Frankfort, had only to bear to the right to menace Bran Duck River, and thus compel him to abandon Frankfort, Lexington and the richest portion of the Stt the time when Polk had been called back to Frankfort, was that day encamped in the vicinity of Pe the rear of Kirby Smith near Lawrenceburg. Frankfort had been occupied by Dumont's Federal divisi[2 more...]