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Chapter 12: operations against Richmond. Movements of the Army of the James, 317. seizure of City Point and its vicinity, 318. operations in Southeastern Virginia, 319. Confederate troops called from Charleston to the defense of Petersburg and Richmond, 320. events between Petersburg and Richmond, 321, 322. Union c
n the opposite page, omitted by accident when that record was printed, will not only give the reader an idea of the entire region of stirring operations in Southeastern Virginia at that time, but may be usefully consulted when studying the great and decisive campaign we are now considering. and they made preparations accordingly.
Butler's Address to the Soldiers qf the Army of the James, October 11, 1864. The movement was a complete surprise to the Confederates,
Operations in South eastern Virginia. and produced great consternation at Richmond.
In the mean time the armed vessels had been busy in keeping the river open, and they now engaged in the peri