Browsing named entities in The Daily Dispatch: October 31, 1863., [Electronic resource]. You can also browse the collection for Hughes or search for Hughes in all documents.

Your search returned 1 result in 1 document section:

ttempt to capture our train. We felt our way along slowly till we reached Cave City, at which point we found a lot of fugitives just in from Glasgow. The whole affair is a most shameful one. Glasgow was garrisoned by 220 twelve months men of the 37th Kentucky volunteers, under Col. Martin. They had fortifications, two pieces of artillery, and sufficient supplies to have held this place a mouth against 5,000 men. The rebels were mounted, numbered eighty-two, and were commanded by a Col. Hughes. At daybreak yesterday morning they dashed into the town, completely surprised the garrison, and captured it without half a dozen shots being fired. They remained an hour or two, took $40,000 from the bank, sacked the town, took what good horses they could find, and then left southwards. Our train reached Bowling Green and came on without being disturbed. Just before dark we passed a small station called Franklin, at which there are some Federal troops. We had passed if not more