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response to one from Gen. J., expressing confidence in Gen. Pemberton's tenacity: To Gen. J. E. Johnston, Canton, Miss I concur in your reliance on the tenacity with which Gen. Pemberton will defend his position, but the disparity of numbersrrive I shall have about twenty three thousand, (23,000.) Pemberton can be saved only by beating Grant. Unless you can promihe number you request.--Added to the forces you have from Pemberton's army, be states your whole force to be thirty four [34] at my disposal available against Grant are: Of Pemberton's9,700 Of Bragg's8,400 Of Beauregard's6,000 24,100 Tennessee. The purpose being to hasten reinforcements to Pemberton, without weakening Bragg. This was in deference to your ly weakened — say, that he ought even to be reinforced at Pemberton's expense, for you had just ordered troops from PembertonPemberton's command to reinforce Bragg. I differed in opinion from you, and thought Vicksburg far more exposed to danger than Bragg,