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of things which the good of the cause required to be concealed from him. That he had committed some errors he did not doubt, though they were never the result of improper motives — For a vindication of himself from the aspersions of some of his follow citizens, he confidently awaited the time when the cause would not suffer from such vindication, he, however, explained the great necessity of public confidence in the officers of the Government and pointed to that great and good man Gen. Albert Sidney Johnson as a shining example of the ill affects of withholding that deserved confidence which the public welfare require. Duration of the war. Though the war had somewhat exceeded his expectations, yet he never doubted our final success, and he considered it now as absolutely certain. The duration of the war was a question of time. He thought, however, it was not possible for a war waged upon such a tremendous seals to be long protracted. Be it long or short, however, we could