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Southside, here known as the Lynchburg, railroad. But Ord was found in force at Rice's station, entrenched, and effectually preventing any advance southward; while the evening before Grant reached Burksville, where he found that Ord had moved to Rice's station, and entrenched in front of Lee. The general-in-chief at once reportedylight, and soon discovering that the rebels had evaded the army of the James at Rice's station, he ordered Merritt to move with two divisions to Prince Edward, passi started early in the morning, following the enemy on the Farmville road; but at Rice's station, Wright found that the army of the James had already passed, and was, were far away: Sheridan at Prospect station, Ord at Prince Edward, and Meade at Rice's station. He approved of Sheridan's advance and forwarded him support, he enco his way through, and with no suspicion that men on foot could have marched from Rice's station to his front in thirty hours, he made his last charge, and discovered
rant, 607; lays down its arms, 613. Ohio, Buell in command of department of, i., 23. Ord, General E. O. C., in pursuit of rebels at Hatchie river, i. 118; succeeds McClernand before Vicksburg, 863; in command of Eighteenth corps, II., 465; captures Fort Harrison, III., 71; wounded, 71; succeeds Butler in command of army of the James, 329; before Petersburg, 452, 501; final assault on Petersburg, 501-516; parallel advance to Appomattox with Sheridan and Meade, 546, 556, 558, 578, 584; at Rice's station, 573; at Appomattox, 598; at surrender of Lee, 602. Ossabaw sound opened by Sherman, III., 263; Sherman's arrival at, 297. Osterhaus, General P. J., battle of Champion's hill, i., 262; assault on Vicksburg, 320; battle of Lookout mountain, 499. Paducah, seizure of? i., 11. Palmer, General I., movement against Weldon railroad, III., 226; movement to hinder reinforcement of Wilmington, 228, 235. Pamunkey river, crossing of, II., 263-268; topography of surrounding count