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General Wheeler was not fitted by nature for a chief of cavalry. No man protects and army with so much courage, attention and skill.--No man makes a better dragoon with the main body. But he is no raider, and that is what we imperatively want. So, as major-general of infantry he will succeed. He will make one of the best in the army; for here courage, energy and education come directly into play. It is rumored in this connection that he will be promoted to be lieutenant-general, to succeed Hardee." ’
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