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e force in his front was too strong for him. Lee had certainly shown more than his wonted audacith of March. These amounted to 27,500 men. See Lee's return of February 20th. But Pickett's Repor Boydton roads; on Gravelly run and in front of Lee—became at last almost unendurable. More than oold position on the White Oak road, in front of Lee. 1st of April, early in the morning, while s rebels who might escape, and isolate them from Lee. It would thus not only secure victory for Sher until further orders. Early on this morning Lee directed Pickett to hold Five Forks, Pickettas the route by which Pickett communicated with Lee. As soon as it was evident that the enemy had rrebel losses at 7,000. See Four Years with General Lee. See also Appendix for Official Statement Thus, the daring but desperate manoeuvre of Lee had failed, and, in fact, recoiled on himself. l and instant movements might be precipitated. Lee might even yet turn on him with the bulk of wha[11 more...]
n Petersburg spirit of commanders Lethargy of Lee Wright carries rebel line-parke carries outer en Grant had detached a portion of his command, Lee also divided his army. But this last act of thossible, to force back Parke; Hill, Mahone, and Lee himself exerted themselves to stem the tide of r the Appomattox, and the only possible exit of Lee. At noon, the left wing under Sheridan was sk. What was left of the discomfited command of Lee had now been driven back upon this interior liny been directed to cross the Appomattox west of Lee's army, with the Fifth corps and the cavalry. reason to believe the enemy is leaving. Unless Lee reaches the Danville road to-night, he will notgiven in the text were the only reports made by Lee on the 2nd of April, and that dated seven o'clod with the army. I want to cut off as much of Lee's army as possible. Lincoln, however, arrive better towards its capital in this emergency. Lee was as derelict as Davis, and equally with him [43 more...]
nt to Prince Edward Grant demands surrender of Lee Lee refuses to surrender advance of both wing destroy a flying foe. Instead of moving, as Lee must have expected, if he made the remark attrias the apt reply. Newhall's With Sheridan in Lee's Last Campaign. As the only hope of the reetersville—together not ten thousand men; while Lee had more than forty thousand soldiers in and aDanville and Johnston's army. But at Amelia, Lee found himself entirely out of rations, and learformation back to Grant that he had intercepted Lee. As Meade, however, was nearer than the generalwenty thousand, This was an under-estimate. Lee surrendered 27,000 four days later, besides alland let us see if we cannot finish the job with Lee and Johnston's armies. Whether it will be betta stirring dispatch from Sheridan: The whole of Lee's army is at or near Amelia court-house, and on beyond, on the Danville road, last night. General Lee is at Amelia court-house in person. They a[38 more...]