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the 9th, a feint was made upon Lexington by the Confederates, but it was accompanied with no fighting, and on the 11th Cynthiana was captured. The 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 should be immediately exchanged — The fighting took place principally in the streets of Cynthiana, and sCynthiana, 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 buildings were consumed before the fire was extinguished. Our loss was 15 killed, 50 wounded. Col. Benjaminhe following dispatch from General Burbridge, commanding in Kentucky, has just reached here: "I attacked Morgan at Cynthiana at daylight yesterday morning. "After an hour's hard fighting, I completely routed him, killing three hundred, wou