Numbers 2. Report of Brigadier General Edward H. Hobson, U. S. Army.
MUNFORDVILLE, April 20, 1863 - 10 a. m.
GENERAL: Troops of my command attacked Hamilton's command at Celina, Tenn., on Saturday, destroying his camp and killing 7 of his men. Sunday morning they took possession of the town, killing 30. Rebels in full retreat and in perfect disorder. My force consisted of 1,200 men and two pieces of artillery. Rebel force estimated at from 1,200 to 1,500.
E. H. HOBSON,
Major General W. S. ROSECRANS.
Numbers 3. Report of Colonel Felix W. Graham, Fifth Indiana Cavalry.
IN CAMP OPPOSITE CELINA,
April 19, 1863.
I arrived at this place at 4 p. m. Opened fire on [O. P.] Hamilton's camp, driving him and killing 7. I have possession of Celina. Hamilton's camp is entirely destroyed. The rumors are very conflicting. Rebels report 3,000 men back of town. I think 1,100 will cover the entire number, all told. I will move on after the rebels to-day. River not fordable.
F. W. GRAHAM,
Brigadier General E. H. HOBSON.
APRIL 19, 1863. - Skirmish at Creelsborough, Ky.
Numbers 1. - Brigadier General Horatio G. Wright, U. S. Army.
Numbers 2. - Lieutenant Colonel William E. Riley, Eleventh Kentucky Cavalry.
Numbers 1. Report of Brigadier General Horatio G. Wright, U. S. Army.
LOUISVILLE, KY., April 20, 1863 - 10.30 p. m.
GENERAL: General Manson telegraphs that Colonel Riley, Eleventh Kentucky, who was sent in direction of Creelsborough, attacked rebels at that place yesterday; killed!, captured 16, and when last heard from was in hot pursuit of another party. No casualties on our side. No answer yet from Colonel Jacob relative to orders sent him this morning, and fear it may not be received here to-night; the distance by courier is 28 miles.
H. G. WRIGHT,
Major General AMBROSE E. BURNSIDE.