their flank, and drove them from the field,
Plan of the battle of Mill Spring, Ky.
a--Capt. Standart's (Union) battery.
B--Capt. Wetmore's (Union) Battery.
C — Place where Baillie Peyton l force of cavalry was drawn up near the road, but a few shots from our artillery (a section of Standart's battery,) dispersed them, and none of the enemy were seen again until we arrived in front of From this point I directed their intrenchments to be cannonaded, which was done, until dark, by Standart's and Wetmore's batteries.
Kinney's battery was placed in position on the extreme left, at Rusd the enemy.
Arriving at Logan's field, by your order, we halted in line of battle, supporting Standart's battery, which was returning the fire of the enemy's guns, whose balls and shells were fallinevery thing.
The battery got ready for action on the instant, and awaited orders.
By the way, Standart's battery and Wetmore's four-gun battery were both in park, one on each side of Kinney's batter