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Philip Henry Sheridan, Personal Memoirs of P. H. Sheridan, General, United States Army . 3 1 Browse Search
Robert Underwood Johnson, Clarence Clough Buell, Battles and Leaders of the Civil War. Volume 4. 3 3 Browse Search
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and Fifty-first New York (1), Captain Browning N. Wiles. One Hundred and Fifty-first New York (2), Captain Hiram A. Kimball. One Hundred and Eighty-fourth New York (battalion), Major William D. Ferguson. Eighty-seventh Pennsylvania (battalion) (1), Captain Edgar M. Ruhl. Eighty-seventh Pennsylvania (battalion) (2), Captain John A. Salsbury Tenth Vermont (1), Colonel William W. Henry. Tenth Vermont (2), Captain Henry H. Dewey. Second brigade: Colonel William H. Ball. Sixth Maryland, Major Joseph C. Hill. Ninth New York Heavy Artillery, Major James W. Snyder. One Hundred and Tenth Ohio, Lieutenant-Colonel Otho H. Binkley. One Hundred and Twenty-second Ohio, Lieutenant-Colonel Moses M. Granger. One Hundred and Twenty-sixth Ohio (1), Major George W. Voorhes. One Hundred and Twenty-sixth Ohio (2), Captain George W. Hoge. Sixty-seventh Pennsylvania, Lieutenant John F. Young. One Hundred and Thirty-eighth Pennsylvania, Major Lewis A. May. artillery brigade: Colonel Charles H. Tompkins.
cavalry, except Mackenzie, on my left, and that, with such a disposition of my forces, I could see no escape for Lee. I also inclosed him this letter, which had just been captured: Amelia C. H., April 5, 1865. dear Mamma: Our army is ruined, I fear. We are all safe as yet. Shyron left us sick. John Taylor is well-saw him yesterday. We are in line of battle this morning. General Robert Lee is in the field near us. My trust is still in the justice of our cause, and that of God. General Hill is killed. I saw Murray a few minutes since. Bernard, Terry said, was taken prisoner, but may yet get out. I send this by a negro I see passing up the railroad to Mechlenburg. Love to all. Your devoted son, Wm. B. Taylor, Colonel. General Grant, who on the 5th was accompanying General Ord's column toward Burkeville Junction, did not receive this intelligence till nearly nightfall, when within about ten miles of the Junction. He set out for Jettersville immediately, but did no