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rity, until you see what decisions are to be made. That then you make up your mind fully as to the proper course to pursue, and pursue it, without fear, and take the consequences. I would not advise you to any course that I would not pursue myself, under like circumstances, nor do I believe that I advise against your own inclinations. I will keep you advised officially or otherwise of all that affects you. I think it will be well for you to send me a statement of your reasons for removing Herron, Abell, and Monroe. It may not be called for, but twice the question has been asked why you removed them. This letter marks what to me was a new development in Grant's character. He was becoming accustomed to the wiles that he found he must fight, and at this period displayed a greater degree of adroitness than I often noticed in him, before or afterward. The skill with which he points out to Sheridan how to avoid a premature conflict with the Executive; the nice point he makes that t