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Chapter 27 Meeting of Grant and Sherman at City Point amusing Colloquy between Mrs. Grant and Sherman meeting of Sherman and Sheridan the famous conference aboard the River Queen Grant starts on his last campaign storm bound Grant and Sheridan confer Grant on Warren's front carrying instructions to Sheridan Sherman, in his correspondence, had intimated a desire to have a personal conference with his chief before the general movement of all the armies took place; and it w
Referring to Mr. Lincoln, he said: The President is one of the few visitors I have had who have not attempted to extract from me a knowledge of my movements, although he is the only one who has a right to know them.
He intends to remain at City Point for the present, and he will be the most anxious man in the country to hear from us, his heart is so wrapped up in our success; but I think we can send him some good news in a day or two.
I never knew the general to be more sanguine of victory