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. He thought the great interests of the country demanded an investigation. Gen Johnston had command of our forces there, and he had proven himself incompetent, and s, when a man lost a battle because of evident incompetency, to remove him. Gen. Johnston had lost the confidence of the people of Tennessee and of his army. He hadof Tenn., wished to be understood as not standing forth as the apologist of Gen. Johnston. He had seen it stated that when the Federal army entered the town of Clarg and faithfully. He reviewed at some length the circumstances surrounding Gen. Johnston from the day he assumed command of the army in Kentucky to the time of the the blame for our disasters rested elsewhere, and upon others, rather than Gen. Johnston. Mr. Foote asked if the gentleman would advocate the continuance of anMr. Atkins remarked that no one had assaulted the patriotism or chivalry of Gen. Johnston. Mr. Conrad, of La., called the previous question, which was sustained