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ugh oral and written congratulations; and their satisfaction at the result of the battle took definite form a few days later, in the following application for my promotion, when, by an expedition to Ripley, Miss., most valuable information as to the enemy's location and plans was captured: headquarters Army of the Mississippi, July 30, 1862-3.05 P. M. Major-General Halleck, Washington, D. C. Brigadiers scarce; good ones scarce. Asboth goes on the month's leave you gave him ten months since; Granger has temporary command. The undersigned respectfully beg that you will obtain the promotion of Sheridan. He is worth his weight in gold. His Ripley expedition has brought us captured letters of immense value, as well as prisoners, showing the rebel plans and dispositions, as you will learn fiom District Commander. W. S. Rosencrans, Brigadier-General. C. C. Sullivan, Brigadier-General. G. Granger, Brigadier-General. W. L. Elliott, Brigadier-General. A. Asboth, Brigadier-General.
Chapter X In camp near Rienzi General Granger a valuable capture at Ripley raiding ed by General Rosecrans, on the advice of General Granger, that my position at Booneville was too m but to move to the place designated, but General Granger, who still commanded the cavalry divisionpt up an almost daily correspondence with General Granger, concerning the information obtained by s I had not had much personal association with Granger. While I was at Halleck's headquarters we meled feelings, that I knew had been excited by Granger's freaky and spasmodic efforts to correct pero remedy. Yet with all these small blemishes Granger had many good qualities, and his big heart waread all the letters, I forwarded them to General Granger July 28, in a despatch which stated: I dewish gratified. I afterward learned that General Granger, whom General Grant did not fancy, had sushould take to Cincinnati the main portion of Granger's commandthe Pea Ridge Brigade — as well as t