Clipped From The Courier-Journal
JOH2T O. WHTTTS LETTER. Capt. George Bryan Baa Something To Bay About Baker's Death. - Lexington. Ky.. June SO. Special. Regarding the letter of John d. White, of Winchester. Intimating that the hot which killed Tom Baker was fired by some on la the guard tent. Capt. Oeorge Bryan aald: i I was in my tent just beyond the hospital tent from the guard teat. I heard the shot distinctly and the bullet bullet a It passed through my tent, after going through the hospital tent. 1 called to my men to fall in. and just a w were ready to charge en- en- White' house, from where the smoke of the gun had been seen. 1 accidentally discharged discharged my revolver wall attempting to half-cock half-cock half-cock It, This was probably three minute after the shot which killed Baker waa fired, and It - was not until Baker had beea dragged from the guard tent into the hospital tent. The soldiers smile at Mr. White road contradiction.