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In behind the shelter
Grant determined to bring Sheridan from the Shenandoah, whence the bulk of Early's forces had been withdrawn, and send him to assist Sherman.
Sheridan left Winchester February 27th, wreaking much destruction as he advanced, but circumstances morning of the 29th, as previously arranged, the movement began.
Sheridan swept to the south with his cavalry, as if he were to fall upon thtion at Five Forks.
Early the next afternoon, the 1st of April, Sheridan, reenforced by Warren, was arranging his troops for battle.
The dlient — after Gordon's forlorn hope had charged
Prisoners to Phil Sheridan: full rations at last.
This group of the five thousand Confeun, at the very westernmost part of the Confederate entrenchments, Sheridan fell upon the Confederate flank.
It was a complete victory.
WithHatcher's Run fled to the west, and fought General Miles until General Sheridan and a division from Meade appeared on the scene.
By noon the