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Benson J. Lossing, Pictorial Field Book of the Civil War. Volume 3., Chapter 21: closing events of the War.--assassination of the President. (search)
n of Lee's troops, in their retreat, was Amelia Court-House, on the south side of the Appomattox Riv stores to be forwarded from Danville to Amelia Court-House. They were promptly sent; but when, on all the supplies that were to be left at Amelia Court-House for the use of Lee's army on its retreatrcept him, he was compelled to remain at Amelia Court-House all of the 4th, and the next day, waitint Jetersville, seven miles southwest of Amelia Court-House, when some of his cavalry swept along ittox at Farmville, thirty-five miles from Amelia Court-House, where the South Side railway touched th part of Lee's army moving westward from Amelia Court-House, his cavalry escorting a train of one huc was at Jetersville, and was moved upon Amelia Court-House to attack Lee. Sheridan had returned thered that Lee, during the night, had left Amelia Court-House, had passed the left flank of of the Unie horrors of that retreat, after leaving Amelia Court-House--the troops without supplies, without sl
bemarle, ram, at the siege of Plymouth, 3.470; fight of with the Sassacus, 3.471; destruction of by Lieut. Cushing, 3.472. Albemarle Sound, naval operations in, 2.176; Gen. Reno's expedition on, 2.314. Alexandria, occupation of by Union troops, 1.482. Alexandria, La., occupation of by National troops, 3.254; abandonment of by Gen. Banks's forces, 3.268. Allatoona Pass, battle of, 3.397. Allegheny Summit, battle at, 2.103. Ambulances, Philadelphia firemen's, 1. 579. Amelia Court-House, Gen. Lee's retreating forces at, 3.552. Amendments to the Constitution, proposed, 1.87, 241. American Society for the Promotion of National Union, 1.207. Anderson, Major, Robert, succeeds Col. Gardner in command in Charleston harbor,1.118; warning letters of, 1.119, 125, 127; raises the United States flag on Fort Sumter, 1.130; his action in relation to the Star of the West, 1.156, 159; refuses the demand of Gov. Pickens for the surrender of Fort Sumter, 1.160; his letter dec