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Colonel Theodore Lyman, With Grant and Meade from the Wilderness to Appomattox (ed. George R. Agassiz), chapter 9 (search)
f the 6th Corps. I captured many thousand prisoners, etc.; etc. P. H. Sheridan. Oh, said Meade, so General Wright wasn't there. Oh, yes! crt was there. Meade turned on his heel without a word, and Cavalry Sheridan's despatch proceeded — to the newspapers! April 7, 1865 The con of Appomattox Station, which made us anxious; for we knew it was Sheridan, and could not know the result. April 9, 1865 We all were up, or last night we could hear, just at sunset, the distant cannon of Sheridan. He, with his cavalry, had made a forced march on Appomattox Statw General Forsyth, who had ridden through the Rebel army, from General Sheridan (under a flag), and who now urged a brief suspension. Well, said the General, in order that you may get back to Sheridan, I will wait till two o'clock, and then, if I get no communication from General Lect of General Meade and the totally undeserved prominence given to Sheridan. Yet Meade is really of no more consequence in this vast question
Colonel Theodore Lyman, With Grant and Meade from the Wilderness to Appomattox (ed. George R. Agassiz), Index (search)
, 69, 122, 249. Mat, the, 121. Matile, George Auguste, 212. Matinee musicale, 317. Meade, George, 36, 48, 75, 359. Meade, George Gordon, 97, 107, 122, 338; at Key West, III; accepts Lyman as volunteer aide, 3; manner of riding, 8; at Gettysburg, 12; characteristics, 25, 38, 57, 61, 73, 123, 128, 134, 138, 148, 167, 176, 188, 225, 358; difference with Halleck, 35; visits Washington, 36, 48; well laid plans, 46; succession to, 60; illness, 64, 345, 355; in danger, 105, 232, 238, 332; Sheridan and, 105, 271, 348; Sherman's despatch, 126; before Petersburg, 165, 214, 242; Burnside and, 200; rumored removal, 204; force reduced, 210; good sleeper, 217; Grant and, 224; engineer, 246; report, 256; fraudulent votes, 264; services, 271; major-general, 283; pay, 287; bon-mot, 298; in Petersburg, 340; on Lee's surrender, 358; meets Lee, 360; letter to Lyman, 362. Meigs, Montgomery Cunningham, 248. Meherrin Bridge, 295. Mercier, —, chef, 265, 276. Merritt, Wesley, 68, 346. Mexican