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GREENSBOROUGH, N. C. April 2, 1865.

Colonel A. J. GONZALES,

Chief of Artilery, Hillsborough, N. C.:

Send three batteries to Danville instead of two.

G. T. BEAUREGARD,

General.

GREENSBOROUGH, N. C., April 2, 1865.

Colonel A. J. GONZALES,

Hillsborough, N. C.:

Send forthwith the batteries ordered for Salisbury and this place.

G. T. BEAUREGARD,

General.

HEADQUARTERS,

April 2, 1865.

General HOKE;

GENERAL: I am instructe by the general commanding to inclose to you the accompanying copy of an order and to inquire if you really issued this countermad of his order on the subject of transportation.

Very respectfully,

E. J. HARVIE,

Inspector-General.

[Inclosure.]

HEADQUARTERS HOKE'S DIVISION,

March 31, 1865.

Major JOHN HUGHES,

Quartermaster, Hoke's Division:

MAJOR: Certain changes which have taken place in my command require that the following distribution of transportation shall be made in lieu of the one made by Captain Cooper several days ago: To Clingman's brigade upon the basis of 769 men present; to Colquitt's brigade upon the basis of 885 men present; to Hagood's brigade upon the basis of 370 men present; to Kirkland's brigade upon the basis of 1,408 men present; to Nethercutt's brigade upon the basis of 1,047. The estimate will be made by brigades, giving to each brigade the benefit of any fraction which it may have in exceess of one-half of the men allowed for any particular description of transportation. Let this be done at once.

R. F. HOKE,

Major-General.

HEADQUARTERS DEPARTMENT OF NORTH CAROLINA,

Raleigh, April 2, 1865.

Colonel LIPSCOMB,

Second South Carolina Cavalry:

Your report, received through Major Strange, does not correspond with information received by both General Johnston and myself as to