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d to visit the Army of Tennessee.
despatches Concefning General Cheatham.
General Beauregard's Inabil— ity to go to General Hood's assistance.
the disaster at Nashville.
General Beauregard's great anxiety.
he is again urged to go to the West.
he telegraphs the War Department for authority to place General Taylor in command oftional telegram, forwarded both to the Secretary of War and to General Beauregard, and of the same date as the preceding one:
Headquarters, six miles from Nashville, on Franklin Pike, Dec. 8th, 1864.
Major-General Cheatham made a failure on the 30th of November, which will be a lesson for him. I think it best he should ref Tennessee, nor, at that time, assist General Hood in any way whatever.
On the 15th of December, General Thomas, having collected all his available troops at Nashville, while General Hood had, unfortunately, divided his own,
He had sent General Forrest and some infantry towards Murfreesboroa, to watch or capture a small forc