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ief of all, officers whose traces have been written on every battle-field, and whose names are household words. General Bragg, Lieut. Generals Longstreet and D. H. Hill, Major-Generals Chestham, Buckner, Breckinridge, Mclawa, Walker, Cleburne, and Stuart; Brigadier-Generals (commanding divisions) Preston and Jenkins; Brigadier-Generals Gist, Mackall, and others whose names I do not at present recollect. Attending the President were Colonels Chesnut and Johnston, of his personal staff, Gen. Custis Lee, Col. Preston, of Kentucky, and Lieutenant-General Pemberton. The presence of the latter officer excited some surprise in the army, though it was not generally known, and it was surmised by some that the design of the President is to place him in command of the corps of Gen. Polk, who is now suspended. Whether Pemberton would accept such a proffer until his record has been cleared by the finding of a court of inquiry, remains to be seen. The review occupied most of the day, and