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t to interfere with the counties in which General H. Heth is operating. W. H. Taylor, Assistant AdSecretary of War, am I to presume also that General Heth and I are to command within the range of thr spared for the purpose. With regard to General Heth, you say in calling on the militia I must tnot to interfere with the counties in which General Heth is operating. I do not know them nor the squested you in my letter to correspond with General Heth, in order that there might be no conflict ihould you be unable to form a junction with General Heth, to ascertain the best route into North Carad at which your march may be interrupted. General Heth has been directed to keep you advised of hiLee, General. (Similar letter sent to General Heth.) Corinth, April 22, 1862. General Earl Vthe districts commanded by Generals Jackson and Heth, and not over that in which I am operating, unls here are unfit for them. I mean Marshall and Heth. They may be good soldiers and brave men. They[14 more...]