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Chapter 29 Grant Enters Petersburg Lincoln at Petersburg in hot pursuit of Lee Grant makes a night ride to reach Sheridan Grant Hurries on to Farmville Grant at Farmville Grant Opens a correspondence with Lee the ride to Curdsville Grant Suffers an attack of illness more correspondence with Lee The general was up at daylight the next morning, and the first report brought in was that Parke had gone through the lines at 4 A. M., capturing a few skirmishers, and that the city
ctions to Ord and Sheridan, he started from Farmville, crossed to the north side of the Appomattox, conferred in person with Meade, and rode with his columns.
Encouraging reports came in all day, and that night headquarters were established at Curdsville in a large white farm-house a few hundred yards from Meade's camp.
The general and several of the staff had cut loose from the headquarters trains the night he started to meet Sheridan at Jetersville, and had neither baggage nor camp equipage.