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n, Upper Wharf, erected by Engineer Corps, General Benham, Chief, May 15, 1864. So reads the inscrind the work was started under Major Duane. General Benham reported to General Meade at the position on. General Meade smiled at the enthusiasm of Benham when he remarked that he would not sleep till s finished. About five and a half hours after Benham's arrival, a telegram was received from Genera One hour before noon, on June 15th, General H. W. Benham, of the Engineer Corps, was ordered by as started under direction of Major Duane. General Benham was at Fort Monroe when he received the orgulars and volunteers under his charge. General Benham reported to General Meade at the position on. General Meade smiled at the enthusiasm of Benham when he remarked that he would not sleep untilneous bays. About five and a half hours after Benham's arrival, a telegram was received from Generaed very little sleep during this time, and General Benham relates that he had only about four hours [3 more...]