Thursday. I omitted to record above that a flag of truce was sent in yesterday, asking leave to bring off the dead & wounded that were left in the field Sunday. The Ambulance Corps was engaged in it all the afternoon. The number brought out is set by them at from 120 to 240. None of them appear to have counted them—only two were found alive. The rebs. came out & assisted in collecting the bodies. God grant that we may not be called into another Sabbath fight. When will our Generals learn to observe God’s day? Col. P. said this morning that no regiment of our Brigade volunteered last night. Very quiet about camp all day. Wrote a letter to Pamelia this P.M. giving a short account of our two scenes of peril, the night’s skirmish in the brush, & last Sunday’s battle. Carried the letter out to the Col.’s quarters & it is going to the landing tomorrow. A mail leaves N. Orleans June 21st, & I hope my letters will get there in season for it.