s you are much better informed than I.
General Bragg replied on the 4th of March:
On the 18th Colonel Sale, General Bragg's military secretary, brought me the folloe letter referred to was addressed also to General Bragg on the same day:
I had the hposing the plan of operations explained by General Bragg, were committed to Colonel Sale, to be delws on the part of the Administration which General Bragg's language indicated, I replied immediatel not declined to assume the offensive — as General Bragg charged-but, on the contrary, was eager toen the plan of operations proposed through General Bragg and that which I advocated, and in that cosixteen thousand men than that proposed in General Bragg's letter of March 12th.
The object of ers of the President and the entreaties of General Bragg to assume the offensive.
As there was no on each day was immediately transmitted to General Bragg.
That officer suggested to me, on the 2d,