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nd may increase your command in that way indefinitely. I regret that at this time your command cannot be increased by any other means than those indicated but you are aware of the great demand for troops in other quarters of vital importance. I have the honor to be, general, very respectfully, your obedient servant, R. E. Lee, General, Commanding. Richmond, Va., March 26, 1862. General A. Sidney Johnston, Corinth, Miss.: my dear General: Yours of the 18th See Johnston to Davis, March 18, Series I, Vol. VII, p. 258. instant was this day delivered to me by your aide, Mr. Jack. I have read it with much satisfaction. So far as the past is concerned, it but confirms the conclusions at which I had already arrived. My confidence in you has never wavered, and I hope the public will soon give me credit for judgment rather than continue to arraign me for obstinacy. You have done wonderfully well, and now I breathe easier in the assurance that you will be able to make a juncti