June 20, 1864, Warrensburg, Mo.,
Brigadier General E. B. Brown to Brigadier General C. B. Fisk

WARRENSBURG, MO., June 20, 1864--4.25 p.m.

 Brig. Gen. C. B. FISK,
Saint Joseph, Mo.:

Truman is a great liar and scoundrel and has given information a number of times as to the whereabouts of Quantrill, none of which has proved true. The present story is with the view of obtaining his release. I have troops camped at Morgan Walker's farm, who know every foot of ground in the vicinity, which has been thoroughly scouted three different times within the last three days.


Brigadier-General of Volunteers, Commanding.


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