West Virginia34,46332,068 32,06827,714
Dist. of Columbia13,97316,53433816,87211,506
North Carolina1,5603,156 3,1563,156
California 15,725 15,72515,725
Nevada 1,080 1,0801,080
Oregon 1,810 1,8101,773
Washington Territory 964 964964
Nebraska Territory 3,157 3,1572,175
Colorado Territory 4,903 4,9033,697
Dakota Territory 206 206206
New Mexico Territory 6,561 6,5614,432
Alabama 2,576 2,5761,611
Florida 1,290 1,2901,290
runk took through the Southern States I am not able to describe.
Suffice it to say, through the kind offices of my young friend Hannibal Hewitt, then in the employment of the Adams Express Company, it was reclaimed, and safely restored to me in Kentucky about four or five months after I had it placed in the baggage wagon of the Secretary of War at Richmond, and long after he had reached a foreign country.
I must not forget to dispose of my valuable traveling-bag.
I clung to it until I reachedstocratic species of baggage, to-wit — a black enameled-cloth carpet-sack, to which I held fast until I reached home on the 19th of June.
You see I had determined to visit Washington, D. C., and thence, if not hindered, to proceed to my home in Kentucky; and it did not seem to be becoming in an ex-member of the Confederate Congress to be lugging among the elite of the Northern States, through some of which I expected to pass, a pair of rusty old saddle-bags.
It would have been a reflection upo
Kirby Smith's Kentucky campaign. by Major Paul F. Hammond.--paper no. 3.
The next day--Sunday--.
Thus did we often find families divided in Kentucky.
We were now barely eight miles from Lexin which succeeds the rugged mountains of south-east Kentucky, and stretches from the foot of Big Hilfederate forces to occupy and redeem the State of Kentucky. Mr. John Clay replied, that he had justcommand, he boldly advanced into the heart of Kentucky by difficult roads, through a hostile populatis chief depot, Lexington, the second city in Kentucky, and the metropolis of the most populous and his doing, the overthrow of Buell's army, and Kentucky is secured — Grant must evacuate North Missisknown.
Marshall was believed to have entered Kentucky by the Pound Gap route, but no accurate infor an excellent moral effect upon the people of Kentucky.
But the positions of Bragg and Buell being to be decided in what manner the Union men in Kentucky, who had persecuted those who sympathised wit