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nform me, or the officer in command at Bethel Church, and it shall be done. It is scarcely necessary for me to say that the gentlemen who bore your flag have been received with every courtesy by our citizens, as well as by ourselves. I have the honor to be, very respectfully, &c., J. Bankhead Magruder, Col. Com'g. Gen. Butler to Col. Magruder. Headquarters Department of Va.Fortress Monroe, June 13, 1861. Col. J. B. Magruder, Comd'g. Forces at Yorktown: Sir. Your favor of June 12th, by Captain Davies, with a flag of truce, was this morning received. I desire first to thank you for the courtesy shown to the flag and its messengers. I will accept the exchange for private Carter. The two citizens, Whiting and Lively, were taken with arms in their hands, one of which was discharged from the house of Whiting upon the column of our troops, when all resistance was useless, and when his attack was simply an assassination, and when no offence had been committed against him.