General James A. Garfield.
Colonel Jacob Ammen.
Colonel Curren Pope.
Colonel Jones. ated to the court.
Garfield and Ammen are our guests.
They are sitting with Colonent of our tent.
We have eaten supper, and Colonel Ammen has the floor; he always has it. He is soms, Russia, Prussia, or Poland, I know not.
Ammen left camp early this morning, saying he would bers of the court, purporting to come from General Ammen, and signed with his name.
It recites theumstances.
After all I have said about General Ammen, it is hardly necessary to remark that he was to strike in and finish up the night.
General Ammen was not to be permitted to open his mouth rded the proceedings to General Buell.
General Ammen for many years belonged to a club, the memme-n!
Shut up, you God damned old fool!
said Ammen, or I'll break your head!
Get out of the way!y, and he soon became a millionaire.
When General Ammen saw him, he had married again more to his [3 more...]
a ruffled shirt.
Here they are very common.
The case of Colonel Mihalotzy was concluded to-day.
General Ammen was a teacher for years at West Point, at Natchez, Mississippi, in Kentucky, Indiana, and recently at Ripley, Ohio.
minds can comprehend; not too long, for neither the memory nor the attention should be overtaxed.
As General Ammen and I were returning to camp this evening, we were joined by Colonel Fry, of General Buell's staff, who informed us tn charge of a recruiting party this morning.
I am anxious to fill the regiment to a thousand strong.
General Ammen was at Buell's quarters this evening, and ascertains that hot work is expected soon.
The enemy is concentrating a hugust, 12
At five o'clock the members of the court met to say good-by, and drink a dozen bottles of Scotch ale at General Ammen's expense.
This was quite a spree for the General, and quite his own spree.
It was a big thing, equal almost to the