nd do whatever else belongs to the general commanding.
Very respectfully and truly yours, Jefferson Davis.
Tullahoma, February 2, 1863. Hon J. A. Seddon, Secretary of War, Richmond: I have just read the report of furloughs and discharges at Atlanta — from General Bragg's troops alone, sixty-six discharges, fourteen hundred and eighty-one furloughs in three months preceding January 14th-and respectfully repeat my recommendation that Article 4, General Orders No. 72, be revolved because it iequal number, come here immediately....
J. E. Johnston.
Tullahoma, April 18, 1863. Brigadier-General Jackson, Chattanooga: Stop all troops from the Department of Mississippi until General Buford receives General Pemberton's orders. Do it at Atlanta, as well as Chattanooga.
J. E. Johnston, General.
Jackson, May 13, 1863. Hon. J. A. Seddon, Richmond:
I arrived this evening, finding the enemy in force between this place and General Pemberton, cutting off the communication.
I am too l