The Covington Journal continues to follow these regiments that were forming in Ohio. Here is their report from May 25, 1861.
Officers have gone from Cincinnati to Cleveland, Ohio, to pick up recruits for the "Kentucky Regiments." Extra inducements are held out, but evidently the work drags.
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