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s, which need not here be enumerated, compelled its postponement then and afterward,--especially the inexpediency of the attempt upon military grounds under the circumstances, and finally the drift of events, which carried the bulk of the army to Shiloh and Corinth.
A general view of the theater of war, and a consideration of the geography of east Tennessee, will show the importance of the lodgment that was now to be undertaken, and indicate the opposition it was sure to encounter, unless secon recognize and foster merit in his inferiors, and in his own conduct he set an example of that vigilance, industry, and prompt attention to duty which he exacted from others.
In battle his example was equally marked.
On more than one field — at Shiloh, Richmond, and Ivy Mountain — he was conspicuous for his gallant bearing.
The funeral of the deceased will take place at 3 P. M. to-morrow, at Calvary Church, Third street.
By command of Major-General Buell. James B. Fry, Colonel and Chief