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geography of country army of Potomac crosses Hatcher's run Warren fails to connect with Hancock wth as impenetrable as in the Wilderness, but Hatcher's run, a tortuous and difficult stream, must en, moving on the left of Parke, was to cross Hatcher's run, below the bend, and then support the Nk was to move on the left of Warren, crossing Hatcher's run below the bend, and proceed to the Boydnemy's works extended only to the crossing of Hatcher's run by the Boydton road, and that they werenemy's line only extended to the crossing of Hatcher's run by the Boydton plank road, and that it line being unfinished and altogether north of Hatcher's run, it was found to extend east of the strand he was directed to send a division across Hatcher's run below the bend, place its right on the ntrenchments extended only to the crossing of Hatcher's run by the Boydton road. But when, instead this intention to some of his staff, as they rode back to camp after the battle of Hatcher's run. [2 more...]
ached to the crossing of the Vaughan road and Hatcher's run; Humphreys was on the left of Ord, exte give up all from the Jerusalem plank road to Hatcher's run, whenever the force can be used advantageously. After getting into line south of Hatcher's run, we pushed forward to find the enemy's posgive up all from the Jerusalem plank road to Hatcher's run, whenever the forces can be used advante, drove the rebels behind their main line on Hatcher's run, near Burgess's mill, and Ord, Wright, hand, at the crossing of the Vaughan road and Hatcher's run, both points about ten miles from Sheriossession of the Ford road at the crossing of Hatcher's run, and thus cut off the rebel line of retthe left, as ordered, and pushed straight for Hatcher's run, leaving, as we have seen, a gap betwee no force in his front on the further side of Hatcher's run, almost immediately recrossed, and, as remained on the Ford road at the crossing of Hatcher's run. No complete return was made of the [4 more...]
Welldon road, and the third between that and Hatcher's run. From your isolated position I can giveebel entrenchments, Wright moved down towards Hatcher's run. At first the enemy attempted resistancentire rebel line from the point of attack to Hatcher's run, with all the artillery and a large numhave just captured the enemy's works south of Hatcher's run, and are pushing on. This is bringing oe capture to Meade: We have the forts next to Hatcher's run on both sides. I think there will be ne in on the left of Ord. Wright had halted at Hatcher's run to reform his lines, and one division owith great zeal, pushing the fugitives across Hatcher's run, and following them up towards Sutherlatation, on the Southside railroad. North of Hatcher's run, Sheridan came up with Miles, who had aSheridan himself with the Fifth corps crossed Hatcher's run, and struck the Southside railroad, nor to-night from James river. The brigades on Hatcher's run are cut off from us; enemy have broken [3 more...]
t, Virginia, March 24, 1865. General: On the 29th instant the armies operating against Richmond will be moved by our left, for the double purpose of turning the enemy out of his present position around Petersburg, and to ensure the success of the cavalry under General Sheridan, which will start at the same time, in its efforts to reach and destroy the Southside and Danville railroads. Two corps of the army of the Potomac will be moved first, in two columns, taking the two roads crossing Hatcher's run nearest where the present line held by us strikes that stream, both moving towards Dinwiddie court-house. The cavalry, under General Sheridan, joined by the division now under General Davies, will move at the same time, by the Weldon road and the Jerusalem plank-road, turning west from the latter before crossing the Nottoway, and west with the whole column before reaching Stony creek. General Sheridan will then move independently under other instructions, which will be given him. A
s, General R. B., at Weldon road, II. 515; at Hatcher's run, III. 124; at White Oak road, 461; at brth Anna, 228, 230, 231; Weldon road, 515; at Hatcher's run III., 119; at battle of White Oak road, station, 530; at Peeble's farm, III., 77; at Hatcher's run, 117, 124; at Dinwiddie, 460. Griffiklin, III., 212; at Rutherford creek, 260. Hatcher's run, battle of, 116-128; declared a defeat II., 447; in command of Second corps, 448; at Hatcher's run, 457; final assault on Petersburg, 506,m, 78; in Sheridan's Valley campaign, 104; at Hatcher's run, 126; at battle of Franklin, 212; Thomadon road, 514-532; Peeble's farm, III. 74-78; Hatcher's run, 115-128; disaffection and desertion inng church and Peeble's farm, III., 75, 76; at Hatcher's run, 116-118; in front of Richmond, 441; atdon road, 514-53; Peeble's farm, III., 74-78; Hatcher's run, 115-128; strength and position, March,le of Peeble's farm. III., 75, 76; battle of Hatcher's run, 117-124; destroys Weldon railroad from[3 more...]