General Beauregard's effort to reinforce General Hood by drawing troops from the Trans-Mississipp defensive lines.
his presence required by General Hood.
he applies to be relieved of the command absolutely necessary, to insure the success of Hood, either that you should send him two or more dite of the country may depend upon the result of Hood's campaign in Tennessee.
Sherman's army has e.
Cannot General E. Kirby Smith reinforce General Hood in Middle Tennessee, or take offensive in Ma.:
If practicable, cross troops.
Aid General Hood, or divert forces from operating against hiould, without delay, send to the support of General Hood two or more divisions, or threaten Missourizing them; but it should be remembered that General Hood was addressing an invading enemy, whose pasl S. Cooper, Adjt.-Genl., Richmond, Va.:
General Hood desires me to visit Army of Tennessee. Coloamity to the Confederacy—the consequence of General Hood's disastrous campaign into Middle Tennessee