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of rebels desperate strategy of Lee movement of Grant to left, March 29th relations of Grant and Sheridan characteristics of Grant's strad 2,500 or 3,000 in the attack on Fort Steadman; so that on the 29th of March he had an army of 70,000 as good soldiers as ever fought. The determine. Grant's own movement to the left was fixed for the 29th of March, and, unless it was immediately and completely successful, he mference whatever in Grant's plans. The army was to move on the 29th of March, and the orders remained unchanged. On the night of the 27th, move up the Quaker road to Gravelly run crossing.—Webb to Warren, March 29, 10.20 A. M. I think my skirmishers are out on the Quaker road as infer that you did not understand the last order.—Webb to Warren, March 29, 12 M. I did not understand, till Captain Emory came, that I was to move my corps up the Quaker road.—Warren to Webb, March 29. The roads and fields are getting too bad for artillery, and I do not believe <
ealousy of the united nation, and a desire to see it fall to pieces. England, he said, had led the Southerners to believe she would assist them, and then deserted them when they most needed aid. When Grant broke camp at City Point on the 29th of March, his chief commissary of subsistence inquired what number of supplies should be carried for the troops, and the general-in-chief replied: Twelve days rations. The surrender of Lee occurred on the twelfth day. This was not the only part ofcarry many extra muskets around in wagons during the retreat from Petersburg. In addition to these, forty-six thousand four hundred and ninety-five rebels were captured by the armies of the Potomac and the James and the cavalry, between the 29th day of March and the 9th of April, 1865; making a total of seventy-four thousand and eleven prisoners, in this campaign. The wounded were probably all paroled, but it is hardly possible that fewer than five thousand were killed. The losses in the na
mmand of General Sheridan, between the 29th day of March, 1865, and the 9th day of April, 1865, inclusive, amount to 46,495. The number of rebel prisoners paroled at Appomattox court-house, Virginia, April 9, 1865, amount to 27,416. The number of rebel prisoners paroled at Richmond, Virginia, during the month of April, 1865, amount to 1,610. I am, General, very respectfully, your obedient servant, Samuel Breck, Assistant Adjutant-General. Losses in the army of the Potomac from March 29 to April 9, 1865, Compiled from the records of the Adjutant-General's office. commands.killed.wounded.missing.aggregate Officers.Men.Total.Officers.Men.Total.Officers.Men.Total. Provost Guard Nothing in reports or returns. City Point (Post) Nothing in reports or returns. Engineer Brigade Nothing in reports or returns. Battalion of U. S. Engineers Nothing in reports or returns. Signal Corps Nothing in reports or returns. Sheridan's Cavalry Report of Major-General P.