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HEADQUARTERS ARMY OF TENNESSEE,

May 1, 1865.

COMMANDING OFFICER AT LEXINGTON, N. C.:

Those wishing to take advanctage of te terms of a military convention between Generals Johnston and Sherman will proceed at once to Salisbury, where a Federal officer will meet them.

By command of General Johnston:

E. J. HARVIE,

Colonel and Inspector- General.

GREENSBOROUGH, May 1, 1865.

Major General P. M. B. YOUNG,

Augusta:

General Johnston directs that you apply to Major- General Lovell.

ARCHER ANDERSON,

Assistant Adjutant-Generqal.

GREENSBORUGH, May 1, 1865.

Major General M. LOVELL,

Columbia, S. C.:

I know of no War Departmetn nor other branch of civil government.

J. E. JOHNSTON,

General.

GFREENSBOROUGH, May 1, 1865.

Major General M. LOVELL,

Columbia, S. C.:

In reply to your dispatch I add that the civil gernment seems to have left this part of the country, taking with it all means of supporting troops.

J. E. JOHNSTON,

Generala.

HEADQUARTERS,

Gibert's House, May 2, 1865.

Major General J. C. BRECKINSRIDGE,

Secretary of War:

SIR: For the purpose of executing the orders received from you this evning, it is necessary that I be supplied with public funds, the amount turned over to my idsbursing officer having been exhausted. I resepctfully request that a portion of the funds be furnished in specie, if practicable.

I have the honor to be, genral, very resepctfully, your obedient servant,

BRAXTON BRAGG,

General.

My own measns, all in Confederate paper, are very limited.

B. B.