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my in Kentucky was allowed to pass directly through the State. In the face of Burnside and of all his troops, Morgan was permitted to ride by him almost unmolested, tates hadrailled in sufficient numbers was the bold marauder captured. But if Burnside had nothing to do with catching the hare, upon his light to cook it when caugst. A telegram from Cincinnati, dated the 31st, gives the following action of Burnside in the premises: major General Burnside has issued an order declaring themajor General Burnside has issued an order declaring the State of Kentucky invaded by a rebel force, with the avowed intention of overawing the Judges of Elections, intimidating loyal voters and keeping them from the polls The New York World thus comments on this action: The coincidence of Gen. Burnside's demonstration in Kentucky against the freedom of election, with the extraded with forage at Stamford, Ky., yesterday. Colonel Sanders reports to Gen Burnside having captured three hundred and fifty rebels near the Cumberland river, in
The Daily Dispatch: August 6, 1863., [Electronic resource], Morality and Might the Old World and the New (search)
From the Southwest. Morton, Miss, Aug. 4. --Twenty-two transports, laden with troops, have passed Natchez., going down, up to Friday. A number of Banks's and Burnside's regiments have been mustered out, their terms of service having expired. Transports loaded with negroes are sent up daily to Island No.10, where a camp for the instruction of the blacks in the manual of arms has been established. East and West Louisiana have been stripped to form negro regiments. Rumor says Sherman is furloughing one out of every company, and they leave daily for home. Pillaging parties are sent out daily from the garrisons at Natchez and New Carthage, who strip the country of provisions and commit every species of vandalism. The weather is extremely warm — thermometer 92 degrees.