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Col Wilson, of my staff, sent at the instance of Gen Burnside, informing me more fully of the condition of affations for the Grand attack. To Major General A E Burnside. Previous reconnaissances, made first by Brigoperations indicated in my dispatch of the 14th to Burnside. Upon further consideration — the great objecnot been for the imperative necessity of relieving Burnside I would have pursued the broken and demoralized enen found in the country.--But my advices were that Burnside's supplies would only last until the 3d December. roceed with all possible dispatch to the relief of Burnside. Gen. Elliot had been ordered by Thomas, on t Knoxville on the 6th, and after a conference with Burnside in reference to "organizing a pursuing force largenemy and beat him, or drive him out of the State." Burnside was of the opinion that the corps of Granger, in cour command for the kindness you have done us. A E Burnside, Maj Gen. Leaving Granger's command at Knoxvi