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river, and that you establish your headquarters at some convenient point between this place and Plymouth. Your brigade will be encamped near Plymouth.

Your obedient servant,

W. A. GOODMAN,

Assistant Adjutant-General.

MERIDIAN, March 4, 1865.

Brigadier General D. W. ADAMS,

Selma or Motevallo, Ala.:

Send Brantly's and Sharp's brigades to Augusta to report to Colonel Brent, assistant adjutant-general, as soon as possible. Acknowledge by telegraph.

By order of Lieutenant-General Taylor:

W. F. BULLOCK, JR.,

Assistant Adjutant-General.

MACON, GA., March 4, 1865.

Major General M. L. SMITH,

Chief Engineer, Mobile, Ala.:

Colonel Brent telegraphs that the pontoon train to which you referred in your telegram to Captain Glenn is subject to your and General Taylor's orders. Department headquarters have been removed to Macon. Would have advised you before, but did not know your address. I left letters for you with Colonel Ivy at Montgomery. What shall I do with letters arriving here for you?

J. B. EUSTIS,

Assistant Adjutant-General.

MACON, GA., March 4, 1865.

Colonel GEORGE WILLIAM BRENT,

Assistant Adjutant-General, Augusta, Ga.:

Major McMahon, quartermaster at Montgomery, telegraphs that two boat loads of supplies are now ready to be delivered on the Yazoo River and requests that he be furnished by telegraph with necessary permits and protection. As you informed instructions of Quartermaster-General, will you give order, or shall it be referred to John S. Wallis or General Taylor?

J. B. EUSTIS,

assistant Adjutant-General.

MACON, GA., March 5, 1865.

Colonel GEORGE WILLIAM BRENT,

Assistant Adjutant-General, Augusta, Ga.:

General D. W. Adams telegraphs his courts report Fourth Army Corps and Federal cavalry moving toward Chattanooga, intending to come out through Will's Valley.

J. B. EUSTIS,

Assistant Adjutant-General.