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Adam Badeau, Military history of Ulysses S. Grant from April 1861 to April 1865. Volume 2 90 0 Browse Search
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ported to Stanton: The scouts who brought General Sheridan's dispatch represent having found forage un up to White House and remain there to meet Sheridan. Grant had sent a small force along the we ordered to White House to meet Sheridan. To Sheridan himself he sent a message of encouragement: Y, probably, keep you there many days. Both Sheridan's movement and that of Stoneman were designedn Lee in Richmond, and away from Sherman; and Sheridan undoubtedly prevented the evacuation of the rmy where he is than to force him south. . . . Sheridan is now on his way to Lynchburg, and Sherman t to support and co-operate with Sheridan; but Sheridan made his campaign, and arrived at White House now much worn, and the animals fatigued; but Sheridan replaced his mules with those captured from Eant was watching and protecting and supplying Sheridan as closely and carefully and constantly as hirest, however. On the 19th, the day on which Sheridan arrived at White House, Grant sent him furthe[35 more...]
heridan, and telegraphed to Stanton: Last Tuesday Sheridan met Early between Staunton and Charlottesun up to White House and remain there to meet Sheridan. Grant had sent a small force along the we, probably, keep you there many days. Both Sheridan's movement and that of Stoneman were designedthe 13th of March, he telegraphed to Stanton: Sheridan is reported to be within five miles of Richmotes the intention to fall back to Lynchburg. Sheridan will be at White House to-day. If there is nlle to get him off as soon as possible. . . . Sheridan has made his raid with splendid success, so fburned between Richmond and Lynchburg. But Sheridan's eight pontoons would not reach half way acrhe bridges over the James were destroyed, and Sheridan must either return to Winchester or attempt t attempts to evacuate the place. I may bring Sheridan over. I think I will, and break up the Danvirest, however. On the 19th, the day on which Sheridan arrived at White House, Grant sent him furthe[35 more...]