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for all purposes. Colonel Alexander, of the Engineers, will be sent to consult with you as soon as you connect with General Augur. H. W. Halleck, Major-General. As it was well known in Washington that the views expressed in the above despatelegram from Secretary Stanton to repair to that city: Washington, October 13, 1864. Major-General Sheridan (through General Augur): If you can come here, a consultation on several points is extremely desirable. I propose to visit General Grantn strong. If Longstreet's despatch is true, he is under the impression that we have largely detached. I will go over to Augur, and may get additional news. Close in Colonel Powell, who will be at this point. If the enemy should make an advance, and had ordered three hundred cavalry to Martinsburg to escort me from that point to the front. At Rectortown I met General Augur, who had brought a force out from Washington to reconstruct and protect the line of railroad, and through him receive