June 4, 1862. No. 10.
We've been living out here a week without any tents until to-night, and General Pope is ripping and swearing because we dared to move them up here without orders. He says we shall not move a thing back. The colonel I am with is a regular army officer and he shows it all over, but I like him very much so far. I won't get to go out on near as many scouts, for will only go when the whole brigade moves.
SOURCE: Charles Wright Wills, Army Life of an Illinois Soldier, p. 96