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General Grant was entirely successful, and a complete victory was achieved. General Lee was driven out of Spotsylvania and our forces pursued." Lee was not driLee was not driven out of Spotsylvania until he was "flanked" out. " Entire success" and "complete victory" were not achieved in that neighborhood. A paragraph or two further his out, for he says: "On Friday night and Saturday, General Grant flanked Lee's position on the right, and compelled him to abandon his fortified position in f on Wednesday, Grant was entirely successful, won a complete victory, and drove Lee "out of Spotsylvania," and pursued him, how did it happen that on the following night and Saturday following, Grant flanked Lee and compelled him to abandon his fortified positions "in front" of the very place he had already whipped him out of? If the pursuit of Lee, after he had been driven out of Spotsylvania, brought him in front of the place, and placed him in fortifications there, it is a pity he had