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June, 1862. June, 3 Have requested General Mitchell to relieve me from duty as Provost Marshal; am now wholly unfit to do business. We have heard of the evacuation of Corinth. The simple withdrawal of the enemy amounts to but little, if anything; he still lives, is organized and ready to do battle on some other field. June, 5 Go home on sick leave. June, 25 There were three little girls on the Louisville packet, about the age of my own children. They were great romps. I said to one, what is your name? She replied Pudin‘ an‘ tame. So I called her Pudin‘, and she became very angry, so angry indeed that she cried. The other little girls laughed heartily, and called her Pudin‘ also, and then asked my name. I answered John Smith; they insisted then that Pudin‘ was my wife, and called her Pudin‘ Smith. This made Pudin‘ furious, and she abused her companions and me terribly; but John Smith invested a little money in cherries, and thus pacified Pudin‘,