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Doc. 88.-Morgan's raid into Kentucky. Report of Colonel E. H. Hobson, headquarters, Munfordville, January 4, 1863. George K. Speed, A. A.A. G., Tenth Division: Captain : I have the honor to submit a report of the disposition of the troops under my command at this point during the recent raid of Morgan on the line of the Louisville and Nashville Railroad. On the seventeenth of December, 1862, I received information of a rebel force being in the State. I immediately put my scout
ive hundred, commanded by Major-Gen. Morgan, the regiments by Duke, Gano, Cluke, Chenault, Bennett, Stoner, and Breckinridge, with White's battery of eight guns, the largest a twelve-pounder.
White's name is supposed to be Robinson, formerly of Kentucky.
At five o'clock A. M., December twenty-fifth, I again ordered the Twelfth Kentucky cavalry, Col. Shanks, to Cave City and beyond to Bear Wallow, with the first and second battalions; the third, under Major Stout, being ordered on the Greensb