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n being relieved, and General Hood receiving the command. The following is Gen. Johnston's farewell address to the troops: Headquarters Army of Tennessee, July 17, 1864.--In obedience to the orders of the War Department, I turn over to Gen Hood the command of the Army and Department of Tennessee. I cannot leave this noble army without expressing my admiration of the high military qualities it has displayed so conspicuously — every soldierly virtue, endurance of toil, obedience to ordented your fears. No longer your leader, I will still watch your career, and will rejoice in your victorian.--To one and all I offer assurances of my friendship. and bid an affectionate farewell. (Signed,) J. E. Johnston, General. Gen. Hood, on assuming command, issued the following address: Headquarters Army of Tennessee, July 18, 1864.--Soldiers: In obedience to orders from the War Department, I assume command of this Army and Department. I feel the weight of the responsib