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The Army of the James was commanded by Major-General Butler, whose headquarters were at Fortress Monroe.
The 39th Congress — he gives a letter from himself to Major-General Butler, dated the 2d of April, 1864, and containing instrulmore, afterwards constituted the Army of the James, under Butler.
Grant also says in the same report:
A very consideng extracts from Grant's report show that the armies under Butler and Sigel constituted no part of the force which Mr. Stant not include any loss sustained by the reinforcements from Butler's army, which were at Cold Harbor.
Now, from this stateect destroyed; and if, according to Grant's famous remark, Butler had got himself into a bottle strongly corked, the former,inst a gate-post.
Perhaps it was fortunate for Grant that Butler was hermetically sealed up at Bermuda Hundred, when he tooith my brigade had been engaged, under Beauregard, against Butler on the south side of James river.
These troops did not ma