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Benjamnin F. Butler, Butler's Book: Autobiography and Personal Reminiscences of Major-General Benjamin Butler, Chapter 15: operations of the Army of the James around Richmond and Petersburg. (search)
e leave of his commanding general, and there saw Senator Foote, of Vermont, and used influence and what statemend, he wrote a letter See Appendix No. 80. to Senator Foote, his coadjutor, in the attempt to. get me relievhe further statements contained in the letter to Senator Foote which has already been referred to, that I had tmeantime writing to Washington to his coadjutor, Senator Foote, to have himself put in command of the Eighteentndent of me, by his influence through his friend Senator Foote with Halleck. See Appendix No. 82. Before tfamous and astounding letter, in which he recites to Foote his own base betrayal of his friend and commander, anduct toward him as his guest, and offers to furnish Foote with further evidence by which to defame and vilify upon him. In December he wrote a letter to this same Foote to be shown to Lincoln, as was done, and the letter the postscript of his letter offering to procure for Foote other evidence to destroy the character and influenc
6. First Brigade of Massachusetts troops, 890. Fiske, General, services on Frying-Pan Shoals, 339-340. five Forks, The battle of, 901. Flanders, chosen congressman in Louisiana, 523. Flag Pond Hill battery, Porter attempts to silence, 791, Floyd, Secretary of War, under Buchanan, 166-167. Flusser, Commander, tribute to, 635; killed at Plymouth, 636. Fox, Gustavus V., Assistant Secretary of Navy. anecdote of, 287-288; arbitrator in the Farragut prize suit, 1011. Foote, Senator, reference to, 695, 715, 716; calumnious letter from Smith to, 696-697; letter quoted, 712-713. Ford's Theatre, Lincoln assassinated at, 930. Forty-Seventh Regiment of Virginia Volunteers, 679. Fort Burnham (formerly Fort Harrison), 737. Fort Darling, 747. Fort Donelson, reference to, 872, 873, 874. Fort Fisher, Weitzel reconnoitres, 774; preparations for expedition against, 782; Butler waits for Porter, 785-787; fleet sails in sight of, 789; powder-boat exploded at, 790;