emen were appointed on my staff: Captain J. M. Mills, A. A. A. G. and Chief of Staff; Lieutenants John M. Hewitt, jr., Yoder Brown, and John A. Crittenden, Aides-de-Camp. 1 instructed Colonel Ed. Keenon, commanding Thirty-sixth regiment enrolled mil, driving them to safe cover.
At nine o'clock a second flag of truce made its appearance in South Frankfort, and Lieutenant Yoder Brown was despatched to receive it, with instruction not to allow the bearers to come across the bridge.
In connection with Captain Mills, I rode to headquarters, and Lieutenant Brown presented the following communication:
headquarters Confederate forces South Frankfort, Ky., June 11, 1864. To the Commandant United States Forces, Frankfort, Ky.:
sir: As come services on frequent occasions.
To my staff--Captain J. M. Mills, A. A. A. G.; Lieutenants J. M. Hewitt, Jr., and Yoder Brown, Mr. W. A. Gaines, volunteer Aide, and Lieutenant Ramsey, Seventh Kentucky cavalry--I tender my sincere thanks for the