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cavalry on the direct road to the court-house. But Sheridan pushed out at the same time from Dinwiddie, with Merritt and Crook's commands, leaving Custer at the rear to guard the trains and the roa the rebels lay on their arms that night not more than a hundred yards from Sheridan's lines. Dinwiddie, however, was held. Merritt and Davies, with their commands, reached the court-house withouief simply desired to protect Warren against an intervention of the enemy between his left and Dinwiddie; but the moment he learned that Sheridan was opposed by infantry as well as horse, and had beehe Crump road, his route would bring him directly in the rear of Pickett's force as it fronted Dinwiddie. The Fifth corps could then either attack the enemy in rear, or if, alarmed by the national e of your command by the road Bartlett is on, and strike the enemy in rear, or between him and Dinwiddie. General Sheridan reported his last position as north of Dinwiddie court-house, near Dr. Smit
ople by, 537; passes through Burksville, 555; living in a box car at Greensboro, 627; instructs Johnston in negotiations with Sherman, 627, 633; Johnston's revenge on, 633; capture of, in woman's clothes, 639. Deep Bottom, Butler's bridge at, II., 506; Hancock's movement, July 26, 470; August 14, 506-511; Butler's movement from, III., 70. Democratic party, opposition of, to the war, III., 13, 169. Departments, rearrangement of military, when Grant took chief command, i., 29-32. Dinwiddie, battle of, III., 467-470. Dinwiddie court-house, Sheridan at, III., 453, 456; held by the national forces, 470. Dix, General John A., anxiety of, in regard to election in New York, III., 171. Dodge, General G. M., ordered to send reinforcements to Thomas, III., 240. Donelson, Fort, position of, i., 23; operations against, 33-51; capture of, 50; consequences of capture, 55. Draft, riot in New York on account of, III., 15: enforced, 16. Drury's Bluff, battle of, II., 244-2