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nd ammunition, together with eight steam fire-engine horses from this city. The train arrived at Cynthiana at 2 o'clock P. M., and the nine were ordered by Col. Landrum to go to Judge Perrin's (sucesh) to dinner. After dinner Col. L. ordered them to hitch up, and started out to show them the positions, though no battle was expected at that time. They moved out on what might be termed a scouting expedition, crossing the Licking bridge on the Georgetown pike. Col. Landrum, Capt. Glass, and Lieut. Moore were together. When they arrived about half a mile beyond the bridge, our pickets came riding in in hot haste, crying out that Morgan was coming in force to attack the town. Col. Landrum then ordered them to return; recrossing the bridge, the gun was posted at the intersection of two streets, about six hundred yards from the bridge, commanding it, the street intersecting Main at that distance from the bridge. As Morgan afterwards told Glass, he commanded this division in p