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[no. 17. see page 636.] Culpepper Court-House, Va., April 8, 1864-8.30 P. M. (Received 9.30 P. M.） Major-General Halleck:
It is the intention to operate up the James River as far as City Point, and all the co-operation the navy can give, we want.
Two of the iron-clads are wanted as soon as they can be got. . . . U. S. Grant, Lieutenant-General Commanding.
War Records, Vol. XXXIII, p. 821.
Culpepper Court-House, Va., April 9, 1864. Maj.-Gen. G. G. Meade, Commanding Airy of . The Potomac:
Gillmore will join Butler with about ten thousand men from South Carolina.
Butler can reduce his garrison so as to take twenty-three thousand men into the field directly to his front.
The force will be commanded by Maj.-Gen. W. F. Smith.
With Smith and Gillmore, Butler will seize City Point and operate against Richmond from the south side of the river.
His movement will be simultaneous with yours.
Lee's army will be your objective point.
Wherever Lee goes, there you will go al