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aises of certain other officials, have gone to work and gotten up a great tempest in a teapot. General Bragg, they say, ought not to hold his office; he is a vindictive malicious tyrant and marplot, and should not be placed over General Lee, General Cooper, and the Secretary of War; he will misted and control the President. Control the President. The cry heretofore has been that the President would nor he controlled. that he would not even be advised. But what will the people think of all this sound and fury, when they are told that General Lee, the Secretary of War, and General Cooper were consulted in advance, and that they approved the appointment of General Bragg, and that General Johnston and General Beauregard have since also signified their approval of it. Such is even the fact! Now, who is the better judge of the fitness of an officer for a military position — the President of the Confederate States, the Secretary of War of the Confederate States, the Secretary of War of