1883. Major E. T. Sykes:
Dear Sir,—In your sketch of General Bragg's campaigns, published in the November number of the Soat Mission Ridge, and could not be rallied, is the late General Bragg.
In the preparation of the sketch, General Bragg furniGeneral Bragg furnished me many of his private papers, preserved from the general wreck, and wrote me several letters in answer to certain quested the statement, and other information furnished me by General Bragg, in the form of notes, intending at some future time toshed in the papers.
The original autograph letter of General Bragg, dated February 8, 1873, containing the statement of whrt of the battle of Mission Ridge you will observe that General Bragg charges Anderson's division with first giving way and p C. Brown, all of whom commanded Tennessee troops under General Bragg, I am convinced that there was no Tennessee organizatioth should be published along with this.
It may be that General Bragg intended to convey the idea that Reynolds's brigade had