le for other supplies.
Should the enemy advance in large force, sacrifice everything save your command.
Recall your cavalry from the Valley, bringing them and all others you can collect to this place, after the shipment of supplies as above described.
To economize transportation, fully equip your troops from the supplies.
What has become of the rest of your command? G. T. Beauregard, Genl. To Major-Genl. L. L. Lomax, Danville, Va.
General Johnston to General Beauregard.
Baltimore, Md., March 30th, 1868.
My dear General,—I have been told by a gentleman who has read the life of Mr. Davis, recently published, that it contains the identical statements of the interviews and discussions at Greensboroa, in which we had a part, mentioned to you in my note of December 26th, 1867.
That our statement may be on record, too I write you my recollections of these circumstances, suggesting that, where yours are different, you write the difference, and that, if yours agree with m