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The Federal Victory In Kentucky

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Louisvüle, Jan. 14. The following official document was received at bendquarters to-(ly: he Fórty-second Ohio, the Fourtii Kentuckv'nndSOOofthe Second Virginia cav'alry. On hearing of ,ny apnroach. the mnm rebel fon latt their Btroogly entrenched camp and fled. Isentmy cavalry to tho möuth ol Jenny's Creek, whore they attacked and dr'ovo the rebel oavalry which had been left as a vangunrd a distanoc of five railes, killing t and wouoding a oonsidorable number. M.arshali'a rt'hole army is nnw tlyinar in mier oooFnfeion. líe liad abandonad and burnad a largeamouot of Li stores. We have taken fifteen prisonera. loss was 2 killed ind 1 wounded. I start in uursuil to-morrow morning. (Signou) J. A. GARFIEU), . v . Colonel commandtag liriao. llKM)rARTKüSl-itll BMAD1, 1 Putsmsmwa, Ky , ï"- 11, J To Cpt. J. B. Fiy, ,diutant-(ionoil: I left Paintsville on Thursday noon with 1,100 men, and drove in the enemy'a pieketa two miles below Prestonbur'r. The men slept on lhe:r arms. At 4 o'clock yesterday movning We moved towarda the rnain body of the enemy, at the forks of Middie Oreek, ander oommand of Marshall. Skirmi8hing with his onlposts commenced at eight o'clock, and at 1 P. M., we engagedhia force of 2,500 men and throe cannon, (posted on the bill), and fougbt them until dark having been reinforced by 70Ü men lrom Paintsville and drovo the enemy from all their positions. He carriod off the mnjority of his dead and all his wounded. This morning we found 27 of his dend on I the field. His killed cannot be loss than 60. Wo have taken 25 prisoners, 10 horses, and a quar.lity of stores. The enemy burned most of hib stores and fled pYecipitately. To day I have oroased the river and uin now oocnpying Ërestonburg. Our loss is 2 killed and 25 wounded. (Siiriodl ) A. GARFIFXn, Col. Com'g All is qniet down the road. Rkbkí.s at Montkkal. - There are t-ixty-seven rebel families at tlie Donegana House, Montreal, and, on the reoeipt of the firut newa from England concerning the seizure of Mason and Slidell, so joyful were they that a supper as give.n by them at the house coetiug $1,500.


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