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lonel Landrum's report. headquarters, Cynthiana, Ky., July 24. Capt. John Boyle, Assistant Adjuto sixty men under Captain Lafe Wilson, from Cynthiana and vicinity; Capt. John S. Arthur, of Newpohis dead have been taken from the river near Cynthiana, where they were thrown for concealment. Moge near Kizer's station, twelve miles beyond Cynthiana, with fifteen men, the last of my company, ahe Eighteenth Kentucky, to report at once at Cynthiana, as they expected an attack that evening. Ttant, some of our bridge-guards this side of Cynthiana came in to buy provisions, and at two o'clocsome fifteen men on bridge duty this side of Cynthiana. While engaged in writing a report to Colaptain. Major W. O. Smiths letter. Cynthiana, July 28. Having been left by Colonel Leo. Smith. Surgeon Lair's letter. Cynthiana, Ky., July 22, 1862. Having seen so many exaa despatch to report to Lieut.-Col. Landrum, Cynthiana, where we arrived at nine A. M., Wednesday. [9 more...]
he Central Kentucky Railroad, from the depot in Covington, with about one hundred men for Cynthiana, Kentucky, at which place Lieut.-Col. Landrum, of the Eighteenth Kentucky, was in command. Receiviwith a force of from one thousand to one thousand two hundred men, was moving down the road to Cynthiana. I immediately telegraphed Lieut.-Col. Landrum, at Cynthiana, of Morgan's movements, and his Cynthiana, of Morgan's movements, and his advance on that place. I also sent a message to Capt. Ayres, commanding the brigade guards, between Paris and Cynthiana, to join me with his forces at Paris. I also telegraphed to Gen. Ward, at LexCynthiana, to join me with his forces at Paris. I also telegraphed to Gen. Ward, at Lexington, the position of affairs, and asked for reinforcements to hold Paris. He answered that I should send to him at Lexington all the men I could spare. Satisfied that I could not weaken my forceen to Lexington. About seven o'clock in the evening, Lieut.-Col. Landrum reported the fall of Cynthiana. Upon consultation, it was deemed advisable to fall back on Lexington. We moved at eleven o'