the report of rebels moving westward. I have left Carlin's brigade here, the other two at Stone's River Bridge. My loss is 1 killed and several wounded. Will be at my headquarters in an hour.
JEF. C. DAVIS,
Brigadier-General, Commanding Division.
Colonel G. P. THRUSTON,
Assistant Adjutant-General and Chief of Staff.
JUNE 7, 1863.-Skirmish near Edmonton, Ky.
Numbers 1.-Colonel Charles D. Pennebaker, Twenty-seventh Kentucky Infantry.
Numbers 2.-Captain William J. Davis, Assistant Adjutant-General, First Brigade, Morgan's cavalry.
Numbers 1. Report of Colonel Charles D. Pennebaker, Twenty-seventh Kentucky Infantry.
MUNFORDVILLE, June 8, 1863.
SIR: A scouting party of 70 men, sent out from Glasgow, was attacked and repulsed near Edmonton yesterday afternoon by a force of 400 rebel cavalry. Our loss is about 20 captured. All quiet here.
C. D. PENNEBAKER,
Colonel, Commanding Post.
Captain A. C. SEMPLE,
Numbers 2. Report of Captain William J. Davis, Assistant Adjutant-General, First Brigade, Morgan's cavalry.
HEADQUARTERS FIRST BRIGADE, MORGAN'S CAVALRY,
Haynes', near Chestnut Mound, June 11, 1863.
SIR: Pursuant to extract of Special Orders, Numbers 4, dated Brigade Headquarters, Albany, Ky., June 5, 1863, I proceeded on the evening of the 6th instant across the cumberland River with a scout, consisting of 130 from [B. W.] Duke's regiment, "obtain information concerning the enemy's movements, and to accomplish such practicable results as may harass or annoy the enemy." I encamped at Cheatham's, 6 miles from the river, on the Burkesville and Creelsborough road.
Early on the morning of the 7th instant I marched to Marrowbone Church, there to unite, as previously determined, with Captain [G. M.] Tilford, commanding detachment of 50 men from [D. H.] Smith's regiment. Having placed Captain [W. H.] Jones in command of the detachment form Duke's regiment and Captain Tilford in command of Smith's detachment, I moved the battalion in the direction of Glasgow, the advance guard under Lieutenant [J. H.] Hopkins, consisting of 25 men, and the rear guard (15 men), under Lieutenant [James H.] Ferguson. Arriving at the forks of the roads leading, respectively, to Edmonton and