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co-operation of Banks and Canby prevented by Red river disaster
Sherman firstnnessee and the Nineteenth corps to Virginia.
Canby was therefore unable to send any force whateveourse I must trust to Admiral Farragut and General Canby.
To Canby he said on the same day: If poseach be reinforced by fifty thousand men; that Canby should move to Montgomery, and he himself towarans, who commanded in Missouri, but compelled Canby to abandon any idea of reinforcing Granger bef know but it will be the best move for Major-General Canby's troops to act upon Savannah, while yohundred from Mobile.
Grant's idea now was for Canby to take Savannah, at the mouth of the river ofsed reinforcements for Meade and campaigns for Canby; glanced at the side movemints of Price and Roefore give it as my opinion that your army and Canby's should be reinforced to the maximum; that af that Sherman should move to Savannah whenever Canby was ready to meet him; but—and this is the gre