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her, or reinforcements. Butler had not yet started for the Cape Fear river; and to him also on this day Grant was obliged to say: Richmond papers of the 10th show that on the 7th, Sherman was east of the Ogeechee, and within twenty-five miles of Savannah, having marched eighteen miles the day before. If you do not get off immediately, you will lose the chance of surprise and weak garrison. Good news, however, came in from Warren. He had completely destroyed the railroad, from the Nottoway river to Hicksford, meeting with only trifling opposition The weather had been bad, and marching and working were difficult; but he was now on his return to Meade. Upon the receipt of this news, Grant telegraphed to Sheridan: The inhabitants of Richmond are supplied exclusively over the roads north of James river. If it is possible to destroy the Virginia Central road, it will go far towards starving out the garrison of Richmond. The Weldon road has been largely used until now, notwithstand
i, 3; seat of, 5; important crisis in 1864, 565. Warren, General G. K., at battle of Wilderness, II., 103-106; at Spottsylvania, 142, 147, 161, 177, 180; unfortunate characteristics of, 184; on the North Anna, 227-230; at Cold Harbor, 271, 276, 278, 280, 290, 295; from Cold Harbor to Petersburg, 339, 347, 363; before Petersburg, June 30, 476, 485, 488; at Weldon road, 514-518, 527; battle of Peeble's farm. III., 75, 76; battle of Hatcher's run, 117-124; destroys Weldon railroad from Nottoway river to Hicksford, 238 246; characteristics of, 464-466; at White Oak road, 4;67; sent to Sheridan, 475-479; inaction of, 479-489; battle of Five Forks, 494; relieved from command, 494; merits and demerits of, 497. Washburne, General C. C., movement against Helena, i., 132. Washburne, Colonel, with General Read at Farmville, III., 568; death of, 568. Washburne, Elihu II., Congressman, suggests Grant's appointment as brigadier-general, i., 10; introduces bill to revive grade of lieute