CUMBERLAND GAP, August 10, 1862.
Colonel J. B. FRY:
If I find that Kentucky is being invaded by a considerable force had I not better leave six regiments here and ago go to the rear to form a nucleus for a force to rally upon? I have now about three weeks' supply for my entire command. At present I have five companies at London and five at Richmond.
GEORGE W. MORGAN,
Huntsville, August 10, 1862.
Is your position defensible with you present force against the force the enemy can bring against you?
Use all possible means of ascertaining the plans and movements of the enemy in whatever direction, the points of defenses, routes of march, means of supply, &c.
D. C. BUELL.
COLUMBUS, KY., August 10, 1862.
Major General H. W. HALLECK:
Orders and requisitions for supplies are sent me by Brigadier-General Boyle, who claims the command of all United States forces in Kentucky. I know of no order placing him in such command as would authorize me in ordering his requisitions to be filled. Major McLean suggests that I apply directly to you for information and instructions.
I. F. QUINBY,
Organization of the First Division, Army of the Ohio, Major General George H. Thomas, U. S. Army, commanding, August 10, 1862.
Brigadier General ALBIN SCHOEPF.
12th Kentucky, Colonel W. A. Hoskins.
17th Ohio, Colonel John M. Connell.
31st Ohio, Colonel M. B. Walker.
38th Ohio, Colonel E. H. Phelps.
Brigadier General SPEED S. FRY.
10th Indiana, Colonel William C. Kise.
4th Kentucky, Colonel John T. Croxton.
10th Kentucky, Colonel John M. Harlan.
14th Ohio, Colonel James B. Steedman.
Colonel F. VAN DERVEER.
2nd Minnesota, Colonel James George.
9th Ohio, Lieutenant Colonel G. Kammerling.
35th Ohio, Lieutenant Colonel C. L. H. Long.
18th United States (detachment), Lieutenant Colonel O. L. Shepherd.
Captain RICHARD LODER.
7th Indiana Battery, Captain George R. Swallow.
1st Michigan, Battery D, Lieutenant Josiah W. Church.
1st Ohio, Battery C, Lieutenant Marco B. Gary.
1st Ohio, Colonel Minor Milliken.