d movement of multiplying columns under General U. S. Grant in the region of Cairo, he suddenly awoof great subsequent notability.
Of these Ulysses S. Grant was first.
The world knows him now; theno be passed — a young man who had followed General Grant from Illinois, and was seeing his first o a state of siege.
Such was the operation General Grant had before him at daybreak of the 13th of the opportunity was gone.
On the side of General Grant, the possession of the river was all that extreme of confidence.
The Crisp farm-general Grant's headquarters.
Foote arrived on the 1or assistance.
This request I referred to General Grant, who was at the time in consultation with gade, in conversation with Captain Rawlins, of Grant's staff, when a great shouting was heard behinr positions and opened communications with General Grant, whose laconic demand of unconditional surt the table about an hour and a half, when General Grant arrived and took temporary possession of t