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," and running through several very hot Union towns, reaches Lebanon, 37 miles off. This place is as large as Bowling Green, but not of so much importance, and is pretty well Unionized.
From Lebanon Junction, ten miles towards Louisville, is Shepardsville, at the crossing of Salt River, a very wide, but shallow stream, with low banks and a wide valley.
Shepardsville is principally remarkable for its submissionism and lightning whiskey.
After passing through a country studded with isolateShepardsville is principally remarkable for its submissionism and lightning whiskey.
After passing through a country studded with isolated and conical hills, we come to a very remarkable swamp called Ash Pond, six miles wide, and twelve miles from Louisville.
From here to Louisville the country is a slightly undulating plain, with small creaks running through it, and studded with ponds.
The public can see by this attempted reconnaissance, that if Gen. Buckner gets possession of the western passes of Muldraugh's hill, that there are none but artificial obstacles — such as Ronesser — to prevent him from occupying Louisville, whi