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Louisville (Kentucky, United States) (search for this): chapter 44
May 11, 1862.-affair at Cave City, Ky. Report of H. W. Stager, telegraph operator. Louisville, May 11, 1862. The rebel Col. John Morgan captured a passenger train on Louisville .ad Nashville Railroad at Cave City between 12 and 1 o'clock, taking two officers-Major Coffee, First Kentucky Cavalry, and other name not knoLouisville .ad Nashville Railroad at Cave City between 12 and 1 o'clock, taking two officers-Major Coffee, First Kentucky Cavalry, and other name not known-and 6 privates prisoners. He burned 45 freight cars and 4 passenger cars and blew up a locomotive. He released all the passengers, and they have returned to Louisville. The train was bound for Nashville. His object was to capture the train from Nashville with rebel prisoners on board; but the train was intercepted and stopp a locomotive. He released all the passengers, and they have returned to Louisville. The train was bound for Nashville. His object was to capture the train from Nashville with rebel prisoners on board; but the train was intercepted and stopped before reaching Cave City, and returned to Nashville. H. W. Stager. A. Stager.
Cave City (Kentucky, United States) (search for this): chapter 44
May 11, 1862.-affair at Cave City, Ky. Report of H. W. Stager, telegraph operator. Louisville, May 11, 1862. The rebel Col. John Morgan captured a passenger train on Louisville .ad Nashville Railroad at Cave City between 12 and 1 o'clock, taking two officers-Major Coffee, First Kentucky Cavalry, and other name not knoCave City between 12 and 1 o'clock, taking two officers-Major Coffee, First Kentucky Cavalry, and other name not known-and 6 privates prisoners. He burned 45 freight cars and 4 passenger cars and blew up a locomotive. He released all the passengers, and they have returned to Louisville. The train was bound for Nashville. His object was to capture the train from Nashville with rebel prisoners on board; but the train was intercepted and stoppep a locomotive. He released all the passengers, and they have returned to Louisville. The train was bound for Nashville. His object was to capture the train from Nashville with rebel prisoners on board; but the train was intercepted and stopped before reaching Cave City, and returned to Nashville. H. W. Stager. A. Stager.
Edgefield (Tennessee, United States) (search for this): chapter 44
ed 45 freight cars and 4 passenger cars and blew up a locomotive. He released all the passengers, and they have returned to Louisville. The train was bound for Nashville. His object was to capture the train from Nashville with rebel prisoners on board; but the train was intercepted and stopped before reaching Cave City, and retup a locomotive. He released all the passengers, and they have returned to Louisville. The train was bound for Nashville. His object was to capture the train from Nashville with rebel prisoners on board; but the train was intercepted and stopped before reaching Cave City, and returned to Nashville. H. W. Stager. A. Stager. p a locomotive. He released all the passengers, and they have returned to Louisville. The train was bound for Nashville. His object was to capture the train from Nashville with rebel prisoners on board; but the train was intercepted and stopped before reaching Cave City, and returned to Nashville. H. W. Stager. A. Stager.
May 11, 1862.-affair at Cave City, Ky. Report of H. W. Stager, telegraph operator. Louisville, May 11, 1862. The rebel Col. John Morgan captured a passenger train on Louisville .ad Nashville Railroad at Cave City between 12 and 1 o'clock, taking two officers-Major Coffee, First Kentucky Cavalry, and other name not known-and 6 privates prisoners. He burned 45 freight cars and 4 passenger cars and blew up a locomotive. He released all the passengers, and they have returned to Louisville. The train was bound for Nashville. His object was to capture the train from Nashville with rebel prisoners on board; but the train was intercepted and stopped before reaching Cave City, and returned to Nashville. H. W. Stager. A. Stager.
John Morgan (search for this): chapter 44
May 11, 1862.-affair at Cave City, Ky. Report of H. W. Stager, telegraph operator. Louisville, May 11, 1862. The rebel Col. John Morgan captured a passenger train on Louisville .ad Nashville Railroad at Cave City between 12 and 1 o'clock, taking two officers-Major Coffee, First Kentucky Cavalry, and other name not known-and 6 privates prisoners. He burned 45 freight cars and 4 passenger cars and blew up a locomotive. He released all the passengers, and they have returned to Louisville. The train was bound for Nashville. His object was to capture the train from Nashville with rebel prisoners on board; but the train was intercepted and stopped before reaching Cave City, and returned to Nashville. H. W. Stager. A. Stager.
H. W. Stager (search for this): chapter 44
May 11, 1862.-affair at Cave City, Ky. Report of H. W. Stager, telegraph operator. Louisville, May 11, 1862. The rebel Col. John Morgan captured a passenger train on Louisville .ad Nashville Railroad at Cave City between 12 and 1 o'clock, taking two officers-Major Coffee, First Kentucky Cavalry, and other name not known-and 6 privates prisoners. He burned 45 freight cars and 4 passenger cars and blew up a locomotive. He released all the passengers, and they have returned to Louisvaking two officers-Major Coffee, First Kentucky Cavalry, and other name not known-and 6 privates prisoners. He burned 45 freight cars and 4 passenger cars and blew up a locomotive. He released all the passengers, and they have returned to Louisville. The train was bound for Nashville. His object was to capture the train from Nashville with rebel prisoners on board; but the train was intercepted and stopped before reaching Cave City, and returned to Nashville. H. W. Stager. A. Stager.
May 11, 1862.-affair at Cave City, Ky. Report of H. W. Stager, telegraph operator. Louisville, May 11, 1862. The rebel Col. John Morgan captured a passenger train on Louisville .ad Nashville Railroad at Cave City between 12 and 1 o'clock, taking two officers-Major Coffee, First Kentucky Cavalry, and other name not known-and 6 privates prisoners. He burned 45 freight cars and 4 passenger cars and blew up a locomotive. He released all the passengers, and they have returned to Louisville. The train was bound for Nashville. His object was to capture the train from Nashville with rebel prisoners on board; but the train was intercepted and stopped before reaching Cave City, and returned to Nashville. H. W. Stager. A. Stager.
May 11th, 1862 AD (search for this): chapter 44
May 11, 1862.-affair at Cave City, Ky. Report of H. W. Stager, telegraph operator. Louisville, May 11, 1862. The rebel Col. John Morgan captured a passenger train on Louisville .ad Nashville Railroad at Cave City between 12 and 1 o'clock, taking two officers-Major Coffee, First Kentucky Cavalry, and other name not known-and 6 privates prisoners. He burned 45 freight cars and 4 passenger cars and blew up a locomotive. He released all the passengers, and they have returned to LouisvMay 11, 1862. The rebel Col. John Morgan captured a passenger train on Louisville .ad Nashville Railroad at Cave City between 12 and 1 o'clock, taking two officers-Major Coffee, First Kentucky Cavalry, and other name not known-and 6 privates prisoners. He burned 45 freight cars and 4 passenger cars and blew up a locomotive. He released all the passengers, and they have returned to Louisville. The train was bound for Nashville. His object was to capture the train from Nashville with rebel prisoners on board; but the train was intercepted and stopped before reaching Cave City, and returned to Nashville. H. W. Stager. A. Stager.