Several citizens of Covington were served with the following notice on Tuesday last:
Provost Marshall's Office,
Covington, July 14, 1862
"Information having been furnished me, that your house has been for months past the rendezvous of rebel sympathizers, it is, therefore, ordered, for the maintenance of peace and good order, that all crowds congregating within the limits of my supervision, whose actions and conduct place them as enemies to their country, and whose sentiments and sympathies are known to be in opposition to the Government, be warned that such connivance on heir part will be considered as a direct violation of the orders of General J. T. Boyle, for the government of this Department.
James L. Foley,
Provost Marshal of Kenton County"
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