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have the forts next to Hatcher's run on both sides. I think there will be no difficulty in Humphreys marching forward now towards Petersburg, or towards the retreating foe. A little later he said to the officer in charge at City Point: Notify Mulford to make no more deliveries of rebel prisoners whilst the battle is going on; and in the same dispatch: I have not yet heard from Sheridan, but I have an abiding faith that he is in the right place and at the right time. Grant had remained at off, that he may go out and meet him. Does not believe Sheridan can cross the Roanoke for a month. Will send letter by mail. Grant replied at once: Send all my dispatches that have gone concerning operations to Sherman. . . . Have you stopped Mulford from delivering prisoners? If he has any on hand for delivery, tell him to hold on to them. To Weitzel he now said: You need not assault in the morning unless you have good reason for believing the enemy are leaving. We have a good thing of i