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if possible. Have you heard anything of De Courcy? Where are the two Michigan regiments under him?

A. E. BURNSIDE,

Major-General.

CINCINNATI, June 22, 1863.

Major-General HARTSUFF,

Lexington, Ky.:

The following just received:

LOUISVILLE, June 22.

Major-General BURNSIDE:

The following just received, dated Nashville, 22nd instant:

Colonel MUNDY, Louisville:

About 6,000 rebels crossed the Cumberland, near Carthage, on the 19th instant, at 3 a. m. Forces reported half cavalry and half infantry. Were near Scottsville, on Glasgow road.

H. W. FYFFE,

Captain of Police.

Respectfully,

A. C. SEMPLE.

As I before said, keep your cavalry ready to start at a moment's notice.

A. E. BURNSIDE,

Major-General.

NEW ALBANY, June 22, 1863.

Colonel MUNDY:

The following received:

NEW ALBANY.

Dr. Fry:

SIR: Have just heard from Orleans. He says 500 rebels at Paoli now. The company of United States cavalry, 80 men, who came there Saturday morning, and the Oleans Home Guards, have gone to meet the rebels, and want help at once. I have sent a messenger on a hand-car with message to Mitchell and Buford.

Yours, respectfully,

R. E. MARTIN.

No mistake; messengers have arrived confirming all.

THOS. W. FRY,

Surgeon, United States Army.

[Indorsement.]

HEADQUARTERS P. C,

June 22, 1863.

respectfully refereed to district headquarters for orders in the preemies. I have forces ready to send by rail, also by boat.

M. MUNDY,

Colonel, Commanding.

HEADQUARTERS DEPARTMENT OF THE CUMBERLAND,

Murfreesborough, Tenn., June 23, 1863.

Major General THOMAS L. CRITTENDEN,

Commanding Twenty-first Army Corps:

GENERAL: The general commanding directs that you move your corps to-morrow morning, except Van Cleve's division, which will remain