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e more pressing duties of your responsible position. "Permit me, General, to reiterate the assurances of my high consideration and respect. [Signed] "Thomas F. Dravton, "Brigadier-General Commanding." [No. 578.] "Headquarters in Matamoras,"September 28, 1864. "General: I have received, at this instant, your congratulations for my arrival on the right shore of the Bravo, whither I have come to plant the standard of the Empire. "The political significance of this flag iill enjoy hereafter on the right bank of the river. "I shall deem it a great honor to receive you, with your staff, to-morrow, at 4 o'clock in the evening, as you have been so kind as to propose, and, subsequently, I propose to reciprocate this your polite earnest of friendship. "Be pleased to accept, General, the assurance of my affectionate sentiments and most distinguished consideration. "The Commanding General of New Leon, Coahuila and Matamoras, [Signed] "Thomas Majia."