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IV. Cold Harbor [After Spotsylvania the Confederate Army was gradually forced back on Richmond. At Cool Arbor, or Cold Harbor as it is usually called, almost i
n spite of all this the result has been almost ludicrous!
Some places (e.g. Spotsylvania) are from one to two miles out of position, and the roads run everywhere exc em up, the Chickahominy lay behind them; but I had no more hope of it, after Spotsylvania, than I had of takings Richmond in two days. Half-past 4 found us at Kelly's h assaulting, this campaign!
After our lessons of failure and of success at Spotsylvania, we assault here, after the enemy had had thirty-six hours to entrench, and ul facts.
Little Governor Sprague appeared again.
He was last with us at Spotsylvania.
This time he came over with Birney, who, with his thin, pale, Puritanic fa rness the 6th Corps would have been stronger without Ricketts's division; at Spotsylvania the whole army would have been stronger without Mott's division.