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e of Knoxville deceived Gen. Burnside and his successor, Gen. Foster. Indeed, the maintenance of his army in the position inAfter that event, until the time that he was relieved by Gen. Foster, he remained entirely upon the defensive, notwithstanding the fact that he had a wary foe in his front. Gen. Foster has not added to his laurels while he has been the department cotions most of the time. But perhaps this is no fault of Gen. Foster. Until very recently he has not exercised himself in firt, has out-manœuvered him in almost every instance; and Gen. Foster owes to the impregnable nature of the defences of Knoxville the security of his command. It is known that Gen. Foster labored under difficulties insurmountable — He could not make than he has done. If Longstreet could move consistently, Foster could have done so; and that he did not, will not conduce Gen. Sturgis did signal service. But I cannot see that Gen. Foster is entitled to credit for an accident. The new comm