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d in our front, transferring their assiduous and vehement attentions to our flanks and rear.
The names of Forrest and John Morgan began to be decidedly notorious.
Horse-stealing — in fact, stealing in general — in the name and behalf of Liberty anloted across by some Indiana traitors, captured a hospital also at Newburg, Ind., and paroled its helpless inmates.
Col. John Morgan likewise captured
July 2. Cynthiana, in north-eastern Kentucky; but was run off directly by a superior cavalry force under Gen. Green Clay Smith.
Morgan claims in his report to have captured and paroled 1,200 Union soldiers during this raid, with a total loss of but 90 of his men. Large quantities of plunder were thus obtained, while property of much greater v precipitate race for the Ohio, which he in due time reached, having been constantly harassed, for most of the way, by John Morgan with 700 Rebel cavalry.
Moving rapidly northward, Smith found himself confronted
Aug. 29. at Richmond, Ky., by a