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mistake was soon explained. The force that had not crossed the river at Woodbury, consisting of cavalry under Captain Breathitt, were ordered back by the route they came, and joined the main force near Cromwell. Captain Belt, Captain Breathitt, Captain Somerby, Lieutenant Crosby, Lieutenant Roberts, Lieutenants Ashford and Porter, acted with courage and coolness during the entire engagement. It is due to all the soldiers and officers to state that they acted the part of veterans. Colonel Pegram, of Owensboro, and a near relative of the distinguished Confederate officer of the same name, voluntarily tendered his services as aid to Colonel Burbridge, and rendered most efficient service in the attack upon the pickets, in capturing the ferry, crossing the men and artillery over, and charging up the hill to the enemy's encampment. He was constantly exposed to the greatest danger, evinced the skill and coolness of an experienced general; and I am happy to say his services are most h
The Confederate States steamer Nashville, Captain Pegram, left Charleston on the night of the 26th ed the United States ship Harvey Birch. Captain Pegram's report. The following is the report o and his crew came on board the Nashville. Captain Pegram then informed him that he demanded an uncoxpressing their thanks. --London Times. Captain Pegram held the following commission under the Coiotism, valor, fidelity, and abilities of Robert B. Pegram, I do appoint him a lieutenant in the nave first lieutenant, by name Fauntleroy, to Captain Pegram, as commander of the Confederate States sto show that I was engaged in legal trade. Captain Pegram took the ship's papers. He did not return used in communicating, were cast adrift. Captain Pegram now said, Now, as it is all over, we will instant, and came to anchor in the river. Captain Pegram then told me that I and my crew were at lilonging to the Harvey Birch, were taken by Captain Pegram, who refuses to deliver them up. The Harve[5 more...]