ing the Army of the Cumberland. here, and giving Hooker Thomas's army.
I have very kind letters from Gibbon been in Washington, demanding my removal, and that Thomas be brought here.
Grant said, if he saw Greeley he is a bold move, the success of which will depend on Thomas's ability to keep Hood out of Kentucky and Ohio.
are before the winter.
I feel some anxiety about Thomas in Tennessee.
I think I wrote you some time ago, wherman's movement, that its success would depend on Thomas's capacity to cope with Hood.
I think it was expecot expect to meet any organized opposition, leaving Thomas with the lesser force to confront and oppose Hood, ith the whole of his organized forces.
I trust old Thomas will come out all right, but the news is calculatedgreatly delighted at the good news from Tennessee.
Thomas is very much liked by all who know him, and things e of Beckham, who, it appears, was killed in one of Thomas's fights at Columbia, in Tennessee, he being colone