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jor-General Cheatham and Brigadier-General Maney will report to Major-General Polk. Brigadier-General Preston will report to Major-General Breckinridge. Brigadier-General Mouton will report to ons. I have the honor to remain, with the highest respect, your most obedient servant, Wm. Ballard Preston. [Indorsement.]Secretary of War: Two inclosures. These and other papers treat the connection with these statements. J. D. [inclosure no. 1.]Abingdon, April 26, 1862. William Ballard Preston: my dear Ballard: I wrote you some days ago about Floyd's brigade (the brigade chiefsentiment here. Yours, B. R. Johnston. [inclosure no. 2.]Richmond, May 10, 1862. William Ballard Preston: dear sir: Judge McComas, Judge Ward, Judge Camden, and myself were deputed by the cl constitute the reserve of the left, and be posted about same distance in rear of left flank. Preston's brigade will move on upper Farmington road and constitute the reserve of the center. 3d.