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correspondent adds: When Gen Burbridge left Cynthiana he ordered the Mayor to bury the dead on both sideilty of this outrage, are Perry Wherritt, Mayor of Cynthiana, and the following Secessionists, who compose the ed cases we note the following: Felix Ashbrook, of Cynthiana, had some slaves who came to Covington to enlist. be returned to his master. When Ashbrook reached Cynthiana he put the slave in jail and ordered the jailor toircumstances and whipped him almost to death. Cynthiana is to day the headquarters for skulking rebels. Shut a meagre tribute to the Union men and women of Cynthiana to say that their devotion to their Government at men were drunk with exultation, the Union women of Cynthiana did their whole duty to their wounded and dying deupon them with no abatement, the rebel citizens of Cynthiana have merited it, and the loyal men of Kentucky and Ohio, whose sons have baptized the hills of Cynthiana with their blood, expected it to fall sternly and at onc