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ived at Dalton, to direct the procuring of artillery horses and field transportation, to enable the army to advance. On the 4th, under orders 32 of 1864, I applied to the chief of the conscript service for one thousand negro teamsters. None were received. On the 8th of April, Colonel B. S. Ewell, Assistant Adjutant-General, was sent to Richmond to represent to the President my wish to take the offensive with proper means, and to learn his views. A few days after, Brigadier-General Pendleton arrived from Richmond to explain to me the President's wishes on the subject. I explained to him the modification of the plan, communicated by General Bragg, which seemed to me essential, which required that the intended reinforcements should be sent to Dalton. I urged that this should be done without delay, because our present force was not sufficient even for defence, and to enable us to take the offensive if the enemy did not. On the 1st of May, I reported the enemy abou