the exception of the flag of truce sent in by Grant, asking permission to bury his dead, but littlst intelligence from the front represents that Grant is still moving toward our right, and the imprng.
About sundown yesterday evening Lieut. Gen. Grant sent a flag of truce bearing a communication for a flag of truce in the regular way. Gen. Grant, it is proper to mention, averred in sendinges Gen. Lee denied.
This morning Lieut, Gen. Grant sent another flag, saying that he would avairposes indicated.
Gen. Lee at once notified Gen. Grant that he had misconstrued his letter.
This waptured some fifty prisoners, some of whom say Grant has fallen back to the White House to get the ft all was quiet at 2½ P. M.
Last evening Grant sent another flag of truce to Gen. Lee requestt purpose.
From some cause or other, however, Grant did not get notice of the truce in time, and ht.
To day little or nothing has been done Grant is still in force near Gaines's Mill, in front