Just as we got in sight of Nicholasville another surprise awaited us.
His provisions and stores go by railroad from Cincinnati to Nicholasville, and thence in wagons to his several regiments.
Colonel Morgan received orders, on the 12th, to proceed to Nicholasville and remain there until the next day.
Thence we returned by way of Lexington to Nicholasville where we camped for a short time recuperating our men and horses.
We then marched to Nicholasville, went aboard the train at two, P. M., and at eleven at night arrived in Covington.
The next day we marched to Nicholasville and took a train for Covington.
As we passed through Nicholasville, I saw the sign of a dentist.
I had a letter requesting me to go to Nicholasville to preach.
They then put him on a horse, and came on with him ten miles to Nicholasville.