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About brevets for your officers, I suppose the fact is just the same as with everybody else, Mr. Stanton has been too busy to sign the papers.
There is a pile of them about two feet high now lying upon his table, and I presume, though I don't know, that yours are in with the rest.
I propose to show your letter to General Grant, but to no one else.
Rawlins has gone to Galena with his wife.
General Grant has gone to Albany to celebrate the Fourth. General Halleck is here on his way to San Francisco.
Slocum is assigned to command Mississippi, and I suppose Steedman will have Georgia.
A heap of generals will be mustered out very soon, but you are not in the lot.
Poe is here getting up his engineer's work from Sherman's campaigns, but I haven't seen him. Ulffers is with him. He came to see me the other day.
Peter Hains got his leave of absence about three weeks since to take command of a New Jersey regiment, so that he is a colonel in spite of everything.