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the Shenandoah, as reorganized under Maj.-Gen. P. H. Sheridan (Aug. 31; 1864), contained the followse and overcome the vastly superior forces of Sheridan at this battle is pronounced by Irwin, the adndery of the Loyal Legion, III, 122-125. For Sheridan's opinion of the Massachusetts regiments at Cone to four miles, when the sudden arrival of Sheridan turned defeat to victory and gave one of the , these being balanced by some 1,200 taken by Sheridan, with twenty-four guns, fifty-six ambulance ae wall from which it could not be displaced. Sheridan himself said of him: I do not think there was Comte de Paris (translation), I, 276, and Gen. Sheridan's Personal Memoirs, I, 354-355 For the almition of the Confederate cavalry at last, see Sheridan's Memoirs, I, 453-455. The latter were oftenn's Four Years in Rebel Capitals, p. 97.) General Sheridan thinks the American use of cavalry more hize, however, that, after the organization of Sheridan's cavalry, this comparison lost some of its w[15 more...]