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To relieve him, I had to again draw out three brigades under General Anderson, which so weakened our front line that the enemy last night and this morning succeeded in penetrating it near the Cox road, separating our troops around the town from those on Hatcher's Run. This has enabled him to extend to the Appomattox, thus inclosing and obliging us to contract our lines to the city. I have directed the troops from the lines on Hatcher's Run, thus severed from us, to fall back toward Amelia Court-House, and I do not see how I can possibly help withdrawing from the city to the north side of the Appomattox tonight. There is no bridge over the Appomattox above this point nearer than Goode's and Bevil's over which the troops above mentioned could cross to the north side, and be made available to us; otherwise I might hold this position for a day or two longer, but would have to evacuate it eventually; and I think it better for us to abandon the whole line on James River to-night, if pra
On the next day the column moved on to Amelia Court House; it was now joined by the naval battaliobout twenty thousand good rations. At Amelia Court House Ewell's corps made a junction with Lee'sl of supplies intended for Lee's army at Amelia Court House. Though manufactured without one fiber tence, for the collection of supplies at Amelia Court-House. Had any such requisition or communicatived to place supplies for Lee's army at Amelia Court House; that sufficient supplies were in depot regard to the accumulation of rations at Amelia Court-House. . . . The second or third day after the establishment of a depot of supplies at Amelia Court-House, I have to say that I had no informationnowledge of any plan to send supplies to Amelia Court-House. Under such circumstances, with transpolle. In regard to sending supplies to Amelia Court House, he writes: I have never believed thloaded with provisions for Lee's army at Amelia Court House, and that these passenger cars, without [7 more...]
preparation for action, 208-11 Activities, 212-16. Aldrich, Judge A. P., 626-27, 628-29. Alexander, General, 130. Lt. J. W., 165, 166. Alexandria (ship), Trial case before English jury, 228-29, 234. Allegiance, Oath of, 249-50. Amelia Court House, reports concerning lack of supplies for Lee, 568-72. Ames, Gen. A., 637 Ammen, General, 50. Anderson, Col. Archer, 100, 103, 585. Gen. G. B., 76, 282, 436. Gen. J. R., 83, 132, 296, 300, 301, 302, 303-06, 308, 309, 310, 561, 563, 564.9-200. Sachem (gunboat), 197, 199, 200. Sailor's Creek, Battle of, 563-64. St. John, Gen. I. M., 550. Report of operations of commissariat preceding Lee's surrender, 568-70. Extracts from letters concerning shipment of supplies to Amelia Court House, 570-72. Report on commissary after Lee's surrender. 578-79. St. Lawrence (frigate), 165, 166. St. Louis (gunboat), 25. Sallie (ship), 237. San Francisco (steamer), 266. Santissima Trinidad (ship), 234. Satellite (gunboat)