War of the Rebellion: Serial 109 Page 0407 Chapter LXIV. CORRESPONDENCE, ETC.-UNION.

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Report of troops at North Vernon, July 13, 1863.

Enlisted men Officers

for duty

Boone County Regiment, Colonel 575 32

Gregory commanding

Battalion, Lieutenant-Colonel Hays 386 9

commanding

Battalion, Colonel Bennett commanding 500 22

Fifteenth Indiana Battery, Captain -- a 122 .......

- commanding

Detachment Ninth Indiana Legion, 42 2

Captain Adams commanding

Detachment Ninth Indiana Legion, 65 3

Captain Ennis commanding

1,600 68

Detachment (at Vernon), Colonel De 400 18

Land commanding

2,090

Eleventh Indiana Legion, Colonel 169 9

Williams commanding

2,259 95

99

2,358

a Six guns-3-inch rifles.

WALLACE.

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INDIANAPOLIS, July 13, 1863-11.15 a. m.

General WALLACE,

North Vernon:

Part of the rebel force reported at Dillsborough, on the Ohio and Mississippi Railroad, and the rest in the vicinity of Sunman, on the Indianapolis and Cincinnati Railroad. We have got them well hemmed in. Tell Hughes to get everything he can on horseback and co-operate with Hobson. The river is well guarded. I am sending two companies of cavalry to Sunman. The chances are good. Mount everything you can and send to Hughes, at Osgood.

O. B. WILLCOX,

Brigadier-General.

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VERNON, July 13, 1863.

Brigadier-General WILLCOX:

Burkham left for Indianapolis two hours ago. Love is now with me. Hughes six miles east. Am I to go to Columbus?

LEW. WALLACE,

Major-General.

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INDIANAPOLIS, July 13, 1863-4.20 p. m.

General WALLACE,

North Vernon:

The rebels marched through Dover for Harrison, on Ohio line, to-day; some thousands, with artillery. Burnside called on me for all spare troops. Am just sending three regiments to Ohio. Keep your command in shape for quick return to this place. Please let me know what you propose with your command at Osgood.

O. B. WILLCOX,

Brigadier-General.

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