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th takes the militia in Tazewell, where am I to find a force to act in defense of the roads leading through Tazewell into Smyth, or am I expected to look to this at all? I will not weary you now with my understanding of what is going on, for I pr62. General R. E. Lee, Commanding C. S. Army, Richmond: General: Since my last I have been in person through Tazewell, Smyth, and Washington Counties, meeting and addressing the militia which had assembled under my call. I met at the same rendezuits march them away from the militia and from me, in open violation of my orders to the contrary. Thus in the county of Smyth I found that recruiting officers had already raised 230 volunteers since Smyth was placed under my command. The enrolting officers had taken 221, and in Floyd's brigade they had hired as wagoners 14; so that I only found 254 militia in Smyth County. Adhering to my apportionment, I demanded and raised 20 volunteers for the war, and reorganized the remaining 220 m