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ccupied nearly the arc of a circle described from Perryville by Harrodsburg upon Versailles.
Polk held the ceght, while Hardie on the left retired slowly upon Perryville, harassed at every step by the enemy.
Marshall hteen thousand men, was left to check the enemy at Perryville.
Leaving the banks on the morning of the 8th of r had deceived himself, and that he had fought at Perryville what, unhappily, proved to be the decisive battlehich his soldiers had displayed upon the field of Perryville, he seemed fully determined to await the enemy atond500
Deduct for loss in killed and wounded at Perryville2,500
Deduct for loss For sickness, &c., &c. (lare than three thousand were put hors du combat at Perryville; Dumont with five thousand was slowly advancing ois recollected how much might have been gained at Perryville, the battle there can be regarded as little shorter, twice wounded in Kentucky, at Richmond and at Perryville, happened there, and, although relieved from duty