eet the flag of truce, when the letter of Gen. Crittenden, asking the return of Gen. Zollicoffer's e request in this letter:
"Gen. Gro. B. Crittenden:Sir:
Your note of the 25th inst., acced at Logan's Cross Roads at the time he did Crittenden would have retreated without a fight.
He sast to part.--Capt. Ewing evidently thinks Gen. Crittenden a coward and poltroon.
He says that imment to the fall of Zollicoffer, he rode up to Crittenden, and found him standing behind a hay-stack.
said, "not exactly behind it, but near by." Crittenden is hardly a man to shun danger, unless his cwhich Department was under the command of Gen. Crittenden.
He has no great opinion of Crittenden, Crittenden, and calls both that General and Gen. Carroll, who was in command of the reserve whiskey bloats" This Capt. Spiller, and quoted verbatim. He says Crittenden had no command over the men, and they had no brigade, and says that he is aware that General Crittenden made his northward move and attack as a [3 more...]