that I really desire to save the people of North Carolina the damage they would sustain by the march, 1865, near Durham's station, in the state of North Carolina, by and between General Joseph E. Johommanding the army of the United States in North Carolina, both present:
1. The contending armiesl, Commanding Army of the United States in North Carolina. J. E. Johnston, General, Commanding Confederate States Army in North Carolina.
War Department, Washington City, April 21, 1865. Lieutenanting last night, General Grant started for North Carolina, to direct operations against Johnston's a at Bennetts House, near Durham's station, North Carolina, between General Joseph E. Johnston, commaman, commanding the United States army, in North Carolina.
1. All acts of war on the part of the eneral, Commanding United States Forces in North Carolina. J. E. Johnston, General, Commanding Confederate States Forces in North Carolina. approved.—U. S. Grant, Lieutenant-General.
mmoned to Georgia, III., 223; ordered to oppose Sherman, 291; in command in North Carolina, 312; supineness of, at Fort Fisher, 346. Breckenridge, General John C., re, 101, 109; death and burial of, III., 532.
Hoke, General, in command in North Carolina, III., 312; at Wilmington, 317; at Fort Fisher, first expedition, 320; secosident, Andrew, inauguration of, III., 627; disapproves Sherman's course in North Carolina, 631; desires to try Lee for treason, 654.
Johnston, General Alert S., ad Fort Harrison, 74-80; at Hatcher's run, 114-128; sends Hoke's division to North Carolina, 312; created general-in-chief, 356; alarming report to rebel government byr expedition, 329; Sherman's campaign in Carolinas, 373; under Schofield in North Carolina, 377; under Sheridan, February, 1865, 412; before Richmond, March, 1864, 43214; at battle of Nashville, 251, 257; ordered east from Tennessee, 364; in North Carolina, 379; captures Wilmington, 385; movement to Goldsboro, 433, 434.