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. Grant's protest. Johnson's obstinacy. Grant Secretary of war ad interim. his rare administrative powers. removal of Sheridan. another protest. removal of Sickles and Pope. Grant the defender of congressional policy. Johnson's little game. he misrepresents Grant. Grant's letter to the President. Johnson's vulgar hatrhe took those whom he knew to be faithful to the policy on which the rebellion had been suppressed, and opposed to the restoration of rebels to power. Schofield, Sickles, Thomas, Ord, and Sheridan were the officers appointed to the several districts; but Thomas, desiring to remain in command in Kentucky and Tennessee, Pope was deseneral Sheridan, and as General Thomas's health would not justify his being sent to New Orleans, General Hancock was appointed in his place. On the, same day General Sickles was removed, because he, like Sheridan, carried out the reconstruction acts in the interest of loyalty, and General Canby was ordered to succeed him. And subs