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in drafting troops anxiety about Washington Grant's strategy covers the capital Early reinforcetly pressed till the close of the war. To Sheridan Grant said: If this war is to last another year,urally enough, was dreaded by the government. Grant, however, remained urgent, and on the l3th of ns on the north side of the James.—Sheridan to Grant, August, 20. Sheridan had moved from Hallt no desire to try the chances again. This day Grant said to Sheridan: I now think it likely that arce had been sent west of the Alleghanies, and Grant meant to lose no opportunity. On the 29th, heimid about this movement, until the arrival of Grant; I was a little timid about this movement untns were waiting at Harper's Ferry for forage. Grant asked if the teams could be brought up in timemight attribute to me what was due to him.—General Grant to Author, June, 1878. On the 17th of to return. At Martinsburg . . I learned that Grant was with Sheridan that day, and I expected an [45 more...]<
e to the sea plan turned over to Sherman when Grant became general-in-chief co-operation of Banksn's communications Sherman obliged to follow Grant makes a movement before Richmond to prevent Leore moving to sea Sherman repeats suggestion Grant sanctions movement, if line of Tennessee can bed. On the 15th of January, two months before Grant became general-in-chief, he said to Halleck: Istill writing: We must have the Alabama river, Grant telegraphed to him: Now that we have all of Moest of Atlanta, and two hundred from Mobile. Grant's idea now was for Canby to take Savannah, at that he should march towards the Savannah; but Grant then supposed that Hood would be in front, andd the destruction of the railroad, but to this Grant never objected, although it left the national he coast; if he had not been equally sure that Grant would protect the forces and the country that he would no more have attempted the march than Grant would have allowed it, without his own belief [77 more...]