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om Gen. J., expressing confidence in Gen. Pemberton's tenacity: To Gen. J. E. Johnston, Canton, Miss: I concur in your reliance on the tenacity with which organize an army and collect ammunition, provision, and transportation. J. E. Johnston. With reference to the troops sent to Gen. Johnson, the Presidenour thousand one hundred (24,100.) These are numbers of effectives. J. E. Johnston. The first point of difference appears to have been with referenGenerals. It is important to avoid any cause of further discontent. J. E. Johnston. To this dispatch the President replied on the 11th of June, as follos replied to by the President, under date of the 15th of June: To Gen. J. E. Johnston, Jackson, Miss: Your dispatch of the 12th inst., to Secretary of Wak to accomplish much. The reinforcements you mention have joined Grant. J. E. Johnston. At this point in the correspondence, the President wrote a lett