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eneral in the United States Army. In front of Grant stands Colonel M. B. Ryan, and on the extreme . supplies at Holly Springs and compelled General Grant to subsist his Army of thirty thousand meny Forrest's enterprising Confederate cavalry. Grant was preparing to move against Vicksburg at thehose obtained from the country as he advanced, Grant carrying no personal baggage himself but a tooederacy and closed it in from the South, while Grant advanced from the North, and crushed the armieer. The scene is City Point, in March, 1865. Grant is surrounded by a group of the officers who hlonel T. S. Bowers (Third from left) upon whom Grant called to make a copy of the terms of surrendelonel E. S. Parker, the full-blooded Indian on Grant's staff, an excellent penman, wrote out the fi years. Men about to witness Appomattox Grant between Rawlins and Bowers During his stormy period of civil administration, Grant was like a landsman tossing upon an angry sea who makes h[5 more...]