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the days bright and sunny, with just enough of sharpness in the atmosphere to render exercise pleasant and to make one feel as if he would enjoy a march of fifteen or twenty miles over the frozen roads. It is not probable that Gen. Bragg and Gen. Thomas will fall to avail themselves of the good weather, if either of them contemplates active operations. We know that Sherman, Who commands the Federal auxiliary Army of the Tennessee, has reached Huntsville, on his way to join the Army of the Cu had arrived at our last advices. By adopting this plan he will be able to reach Bridgeport sooner than was anticipated at the time I last referred to his movements. Indeed, it is now believed that he will succeed in forming a junction with General Thomas by the end of the present month, soon after which it is not improbable that a forward-movement will be undertaken, with the hope, it may be, of occupying the country lying north and west of the west branch of the Chickamauga, preparatory to a
The Yankee General Thomas. --It is not so certain that the Confederates have gained by the exchange of Thomas for Rosecrans, though the appointment of the renegade Virginian has been made a subj of troops until made a general officer. Maj. Gen. Thomas, who has relieved him, on the other hand, in no other campaigns. At all events, Major General Thomas is the special object of Yankee laudatibel against his country's flag." The truth is, Thomas was known in the United States army as a partittle while before the secession of that State, Thomas being on his way home Northward, passing throunedict Arnold was not a braver solder than George Thomas, the traitor of Virginia. A Mobile paper says that Thomas, having been the Lieutenant for years of his present adversary, Bragg, the latthim like a book." On who knows both assures me Thomas knows his old Captain quite as well, and especl, therefore, whether we have good cause for gratulation in the exchange of Thomas for Rosecrans.