AT MAYSVILLE. The Maysville Bulletin says that during the past and preceding weeks negro enlistments have been going on in that city at a rapid rate. From three to four hundred negroes, from Mason and adjoining counties, have been sworn into the Federal service, and sent to Greenupsburg [sic], where they will be armed and equipped. They are still coming in at a rapid rate. . . .
AT Covington. Covington, like Danville and other places, is witnessing an inroad of negroes. It has been made a rendezvous for the country back of it, and large numbers are coming in.
Sacramento Daily Union, Volume 27, Number 4142, June 30, 1864