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Ulysses S. Grant, Personal Memoirs of U. S. Grant, Raid on the Virginia Central Railroad-raid on the Weldon Railroad-Early's movement upon Washington-mining the works before Petersburg-explosion of the mine before Petersburg- campaign in the Shenandoah Valley-capture of the Weldon Railroad (search)
with two divisions of cavalry, his own and Fitz-Hugh Lee's. Sheridan moved to the north side ofx or seven miles east of Trevilian, while Fitz-Hugh Lee was the same night at Trevilian Station ane was great consternation in Richmond, and that Lee was coming out to make an attack upon us — the Washington, and with this reduction of my force Lee might very readily have spared some troops fromIt was the object, therefore, to get as many of Lee's troops away from the south side of the James autz's cavalry of the Army of the James, get by Lee's lines and destroy as much as they could of th play upon them; and it was nine o'clock before Lee got up reinforcements from his right to join inthe mine, and finding that most of that part of Lee's army which had been drawn north of the James f infantry and the cavalry next morning, before Lee could get his forces back, to destroy fifteen ohe valley was so great to the Confederates that Lee reinforced Early, but not to the extent that we[7 more...]
Ulysses S. Grant, Personal Memoirs of U. S. Grant, Sheridan's advance-visit to Sheridan-Sheridan's victory in the Shenandoah-Sheridan's ride to Winchester-close of the campaign for the winter (search)
Valley, Early falling back to Strasburg. On the 12th I learned that Lee had sent twenty pieces of artillery, two divisions of infantry and a drive him out of the valley and destroy that source of supplies for Lee's army. I knew it was impossible for me to get orders through Washiy. He had sent G. T. Anderson's division east of the Blue Ridge [to Lee] before I went to Harpers Ferry; and about the time I arrived there at him. I replied to the President that I had taken steps to prevent Lee from sending reinforcements to Early, by attacking the former where he was. On the 28th of September, to retain Lee in his position, I sent Ord with the 18th corps and Birney with the 10th corps to make an the river. Meade was instructed to watch the enemy closely and, if Lee weakened his lines, to make an attack. On the 30th these troops n of Washington or the valley towards Lynchburg. We would then have Lee so surrounded that his supplies would be cut off entirely, making it