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Yankee account of this says: Logan, with about 3,000 rebels, attacked the 168th and 171st Ohio regiments, under Gen. Hobson, at Cynthiana, yesterday, and after a pretty severe fight compelled Hobson to surrender, on condition that his men shoHobson to surrender, on condition that his men should be immediately exchanged — The fighting took place principally in the streets of Cynthiana, and some of our troops took refuge in the court house, and in order to dislodge them, a stable near the hotel was set on fire. About twenty buildingal of Covinton, was mortally wounded. Col. Garris, of the 168th Ohio, was severely wounded. It is also reported that Gen. Hobson was wounded. Our loss in prisoners is from 1,000 to 1,500. This morning Gen. Burbridge, who left Paris last ng three hundred, wounding nearly as many, and capturing nearly four hundred, beside recapturing nearly one hundred of Gen. Hobson's command and over one thousand horses. "Our loss in killed and wounded was about one hundred and fifty. Morgan'