important matters, have necessitated, will appear in papers of Tuesday. He has also been invited by the loyal members of the Legislature to deliver an address at Frankfort upon same issues. Be kind enough not to allow this intelligence to pass into papers. I should be glad that the President and Secretary of War be advised of this.
S. G. BURBRIDGE,
DANVILLE, KY., February 10, 1865.
Captain J. S. BUTLER,
Colonel Weatherford has just brought in three of Clarke's men, captured in the woods after Bridgewater's fight. They are now in custody of Lieutenant Van Tuyl, commanding squad. What will you have done with them?
W. L. GROSS,
Captain and Assistant Superintendent.
SPECIAL FIELD ORDERS,
HDQRS. DEPT. OF THE CUMBERLAND, Numbers 36.
Nashville, Tenn., February 11, 1865.
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IV. Brigadier General George S. Greene, U. S. Volunteers, having reported at these headquarters in accordance with Special Orders, Numbers 33, paragraph XXVI, Adjutant-General's Office, War Department, will report to Major General H. W. Slocum, commanding Twentieth Army Corps, for assignment to duty.
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By command of Major-General Thomas:
NASHVILLE, TENN., February 11, 1865.
Major W. P. CHAMBLISS,
Inspector of Cavalry, Louisville, Ky.:
On the morning of the 9th instant I sent you a dispatch asking an immediate reply as to what number of horses you could furnish major-General Stoneman to fill a pressing and immediate emergency. No answer has yet been received by me. I would like you to reply at once.
GEO. H. THOMAS,
Major-General U. S. Army, Commanding.
HEADQUARTERS FOURTH ARMY CORPS, Huntsville, Ala., February 11, 1865.
I am directed by the general commanding to say that he desires you to locate your headquarters in the vicinity of your camp as soon as pos-