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Doc. 16.-the battle of Mill Springs, Ky. this battle is variously known as the battle of Mill Spring, Logan's cross roa
e them from the field,
Plan of the battle of Mill Spring, Ky.
a--Capt. Standart's (Union) battery.
B--Capt. Wetmore' of armed traitors and rebels at Mill Springs, in the State of Kentucky.
He returns thanks to the gallant officers and sol ary 25, 1862.
As every thing concerning the contest in Kentucky is of peculiar interest to you and to the readers of your ayne County, which was alone productive in this region of Kentucky, had been exhausted, and the neighboring counties of Tenn If no enemy had appeared, the quitting of this portion of Kentucky had been gravely considered and almost determined upon, a e been compelled.
It was impossible to move further into Kentucky, from the barrenness of the mountains between that point ear, while passing through the hilly and barren region of Kentucky, towards Knoxville and the railroad.
I have thus brief