War of the Rebellion: Serial 034 Page 0700 Chapter XXXV. KY., MID. AND E. TENN., N. ALA., AND SW. VA.

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MUNFORDVILLE, July 6, 1863.

Captain A. C. SEMPLE,

Assistant Adjutant-General:

All is quiet here this morning. No information. It is not safe to send trains? Morgan will go east from Lebanon, unless he shall conclude to give you a short call, which is probable. I can hear nothing from Judah's forces.

C. D. PENNEBARKER,

Colonel, Commanding Post.

MUNFORDVILLE, July 6, 1863-3.15 p. m.

Lieutenant-Colonel DRAKE,

Assistant Adjutant-General, Lexington:

Colonel Harney, of Thirty-fourth Kentucky, telegraphs this morning from Glasgow:

Large rebel force report within 12 miles of town [Glasgow]. Have sent out a scouting party.

General Manson just now arriving here, and will advise you of any further news from Glasgow.

C. D. PENNEBARKER,

Colonel, Commanding Post.

MUNFORDVILLE, July 6, 1863.

Major General AMBROSE E. BURNSIDE,

Cincinnati, Ohio;

General Manson, with three regiments of infantry and two batteries, just arrived here. general Shackelford and Hobson are believed to be in the neighborhood of Campbellsville, Ky., and General Judah, with 1,200 cavalry, will reach Greensburg some time this morning. Morgan will go east from Lebanon. May go to Bardstown.

C. D. PENNEBAKER,

Colonel, Commanding Post.

MUNFORDVILLE, July 6, 1863.

Captain A. C. SEMPLE,

Assistant Adjutant-General:

Five o'clock. No news here. Reports of rebels near Glasgow. It is not believed by General Manson. Why don't you answer my dispatches?

C. D.. PENNEBARKER,

Colonel, Commanding Post.

PARIS, KY., July 6, 1863.

General HARTSUFF:

Please remember that there are no fortifications here,a nd only two weak companies to support a full battery and defend block-hours. I must employ the companies either to defend block-horses or the battery; both they cannot do.

E. W. PIERCE,

Colonel.