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o me another command on the second instant, gives me the assurance that he will not deem it an intrusion to solicit an opportunity to vindicate the honor and reputation of a faithful soldier of the Union, who waits in silence under an unmerited injury, till such time as his superior shall be ready to give him a hearing. Very respectfully, your obedient servant, G. K. Warren, Major-General Volunteers. General Grant's reply. headquarters armies of the United States, Washington, May 6, 1865. To Major-General G. K. Warren: General: Your note, requesting authority to publish your application for an investigation of the grounds upon which you were relieved from the command of the Fifth army corps, or to have the investigation, is received. It is impossible at this time to give the court and witnesses necessary for the investigation, but I see nothing in your application objectionable to have published. Very respectfully, your obedient servant, U. S. Grant, Lieutenant