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Doc. 53. the Saltville expedition. A National account. Mt. Sterling, Ky., October 13, 1864. Having seen, in several papers, very conflicting details of the Salt-works Expedition, and feeling that the facts have not yet been placed before the public as they occurred, and as justice to the officers and men demand, I ask
to hold the road on both flanks, to prevent the enemy from getting in our front, and to him the entire command feels indebted for bringing them safely back to Mount Sterling.
Before closing, I may mention that a detachment of the First Kentucky cavalry and Third Kentucky mounted infantry, consisting of two hundred men, under Ma ime after the command was assumed by Hobson.
But I have learned that they arrived safely in Cincinnati almost a week previous to the arrival of the troops in Mount Sterling.
I have endeavored to be brief and just, and if any have not been mentioned, whose bravery deserved it, the neglect is unintentional, for all deserved great