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report that Porter had captured Grand Gulf and Grant had begun his victorious march on Vicksburg. d been, on the whole, disastrous. On June 24, Grant ordered the transfer of the 19th Army Corps to thus briefly describes it, in his despatch to Grant: I hastened to Winchester, where I was on my ral, and it had been conferred at once upon General Grant by President Lincoln, the two meeting for A year and a month later, the war was ended, Grant was the foremost soldier in the world and Lincsmall force of the enemy to keep him there. Grant's report as lieutenant-general, dated July 22,ound the World with President Grant, II, 304. Grant's Memoirs, II, 276. He said: Cold Harbor is, Iat Gettysburg. But we do not read that any of Grant's lieutenants protested against it, as Longstrs the resistance that Lee was able to offer to Grant's tremendous pressure would have been impossibeing too complimentary to Lee as compared with Grant; and Walker, also a Massachusetts man, and a v[6 more...]