LOUISVILLE, May 6. – Captains Hazell and McKinney, Lieuts. Correy, Chambers, Dial, Thomas and Leonard of the 2nd Ohio with 70 privates, Capt. Jenifer and Adjutant Neal with 115 men of the 18th Ohio, Lieut. Mitchell the General’s son, of Kennett’s cavalry, Capt. Ewing and two lieutenants of the 21st Ohio, with 53 privates, were taken prisoners at Pulaski, Tennessee on last Friday by 100 of Morgan’s rebel cavalry after a fight of two hours and a half. The prisoners were subsequently released on parole, and are now at Nashville. Morgan lost six killed and two wounded. Our loss was two killed, three wounded and one missing.
– Published in The Burlington Weekly Hawk-Eye, Burlington, Iowa, Saturday, May 10, 1862, p. 4