the remainder of the brigade to the front of the fortifications near Triune, where the enemy made his attack this morning. Was there formed in line upon the extreme left of the brigade, and were engaged in skirmishing with the enemy during the continuance of the action, which lasted until a late hour in the afternoon. Although my skirmishers were at times exposed to considerable heavy firing of the enemy, my regiment was fortunate enough to escape without loss of any kind whatever, and I have no casualties to report.
I am, very respectfully, your obedient servant,
D. M. RAY,
Colonel, Commanding Second East Tennessee Cavalry.
Lieutenant W. C. McGONIGAL,
Actg. Asst. Adjt. General, Second Cav. Brigade, First Div.
JUNE 11, 1863.-Affair at Scottsville, Ky.
Numbers 1.-Brigadier General Henry M. Judah, U. S. Army.
Numbers 2.-Colonel Charles D. Pennebaker, Twenty-seventh Kentucky Infantry.
Numbers 1. Report of Brigadier General Henry M. Judah, U. S. Army.
GLASGOW, June 12, 1863.
GENERAL: Enemy active. Drove back Eleventh Kentucky from Scottsville, and in force yesterday on railroad. Unsuccessful.
I leave for your post, with General Hawkins, in the morning. We expect to get in early next day. Have your command prepared for service and inspection at 4.30 on 14th. Have ready accurate return of troops.
H. M. JUDAH,
Brigadier General E. H. HOBSON, Columbia.
Numbers 2. Report of Colonel Charles D. Pennebaker, Twenty-seventh Kentucky Infantry.
MUNFORDVILLE, June 12, 1863-8 a. m.
CAPTAIN: I received, at 3 o'clock this morning, a dispatch from Colonel Hawkins, dated midnight, to General Judah, Glasgow:
My men are overrun at Scottsville. Aid them all you can. I am moving in that direction.
The operators at Cave City and Glasgow could not be aroused, and I sent a courier to Glasgow.
C. D. PENNEBAKER,
Colonel, Commanding Post.
Captain A. C. SEMPLE,