Nov.Army of the James1,01112563231,22230,5192,2872,21813535,15936,3812,2012,44524,52029,166
Dec.Army of the Potomac.3,550786136694,54180,27614,4345,392448100,550105,0916,6146,61060,93874,162
Dec.Army of the James1,22918679181,51236,0943,2422,75821342,30743,8193,3602,97229,87036,202
1865. Jan.Army of the Potomac.3,489825119594,49282,82114,7675,405438103,431107,9236,9847,95765,47280,413
Jan.Army of the James1,24616870211,50535,4782,8023,30518041,76543,2703,4692,80330,36836,640
Feb.Army of the Potomac.3,655804121574,63783,82314,2285,177547103,775108,4126,9067,18266,59580,683
Feb.Army of the James1,21917759141,46934,7302,3891,93914639,20440,6732,9582,38430,48635,828
is important to get the Confederate armies to their homes as well as our own.
I am, with great respect, your obedient servant, W. T. Sherman, Major-General commanding.
Memorandum, or basis of agreement, made this 18th day of April, A. D. , 1865, near Durham's station, in the state of North Carolina, by and between General Joseph E. Johnston, commanding the Confederate army, and Major-General William T. Sherman, commanding the army of the United States in North Carolina, both present:
Cavalry Corps, from May 9th, 1864, to April 8th, 18652527070763591,6222,809
This embraces the casualties in various minor engagements, actions, &c., in connection with the operations of the army during the campaigns of 1864 and 1865, such as Black water, Jarrott's Station, Nottaway Bridge, Piney Branch Ford, North Anna, Chola Depot, Milford Station, Ashland, Hawe's Shop, Deep Creek, Roanoke Station, Columbia Grove, Stoney Creek Station, White Oak Swamp, Saint Mary's Church, W
202-210; orders Schofield's retreat to
Nashville, 214; further delay of; 215-242; Grant's peremptory orders to, 234; Grant suggests suspension of 239; complaints of, 242; ordered by Grant to be relieved by Schofield, 242: correspondence with Grant and Halleck 244, 245; at battle of Nashville, 249-260; pursuit of Hood 261; congratulated by Grant, Lincoln, and Stanton, 262; promoted to major-generalcy, 268; proposes to go into winter quarters, 270; movement forbidden by Grant, 270; delays in 1865, 392, 411; observations on military character, 274; slowness of, 279, 365,411; breaking up of army of, 365, delays in action embarrassing to Grant, 391, 393.
Tilghman, General Lloyd, retreats from Paducah, i., 12, capture of, at Fort: Henry, 30; death at Champion's hill, 271.
Tom's brook, battle of, III., 86.
Torbert, General A. T. A., in Sheridan's expedition to Trevillian, II., 393, 394; at battle of Winchester, III., 30; at battle of Fisher's hill, 31; sent to Newmarket, 32; at T