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Doc. 113. fight at Woodbury, Ky., October 29, 1861. A correspondent of the Louisville Journal gives the subjoined account of this affair: Owensboro, Ky., Nov. 6, 1861. Our arms have recently won a victory at Woodbury, Butler County, decided in its character, and significant in the fact that it was a contest between Kentuckians and the invaders. On Saturday night, the 26th ultimo,
So this project was abandoned, and the main force, under Colonel Burbridge, proceeded to Woodbury, on this side the river, by a circuitous and mountainous route, on nothing but a cracker breakf on for battle; but the 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 j ies in their knapsacks.
This little band made a forced march to the bank of the river opposite Woodbury, which they reached Tuesday afternoon.
The ferryboat was on the Woodbury side, in charge of