intercession of Stephen A. Douglas
restoration to Cadet duty
James B. McPherson
John B. Hood
Robert E. Lee.
I was born in the town of Gerry, Chautauest guns.
During all that time I continued to live with my old room-mate, James B. McPherson, in a tower room and an adjoining bedroom, which La Rhett L. Livingstoo get off with 196 demerits in a possible 200 that last year.
In a mild way, McPherson was also a little under a cloud at that time.
He had been first captain of toffice of quartermaster of the battalion.
I still think, as I did then, that McPherson's punishment was the more appropriate.
Livingston was one of those charming, need the aid of tobacco in his studies.
William P. Craighill, who succeeded McPherson as first captain, had no fault whatever, that I ever heard of, except one—thao use afterward was the only study in which I graduated at the head.
Perhaps McPherson and Craighill thought, as I did, that it made no difference where I stood in
h in the Atlanta campaign compared with other armies, 122; question of command, 239, 240
Army of the Potomac, the Ninth Corps ordered to join the, 116.
See also Society of the army, etc.
Army of the Tennessee, the, proposed succession of McPherson to command of, 109; strength in the Atlanta campaign compared with other armies, 122; movement on the Sandtown Road, 136; a night visit to the camp of, 139; battle of Atlanta, 146-148; battle of Peachtree Creek, 232; its fighting days over, 343118, 198, 237-240, 252, 293-297, 337, 346, 361, 379-382, 389-391, 414 et seq., 419-421, 439, 440, 482, 541-543; commanding Military Division of the Mississippi, 109; reports relief of Gen. Foster, and asks for a successor, 109; predilection for McPherson, 109; suggests S. for command of Department of the Ohio, 109; lieutenant-general and general-in-chief, 109, 111, 116, 359, 361, 362, 422, 538, 546; command of his appetites, 111; taciturnity, 111; entertained in St. Louis, 111; proposes to send