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of the confidential adviser he recommended to Sheridan in the fall of 1864.
The photographers whoto the photography of fifty years before.
Sheridan had the born soldier's contempt for such charon's earlier emissary, Mr. Lomas of Maryland, Sheridan's suspicions were redoubled.
The newcomer gaist in the matter of make — up and disguise.
Sheridan kept his own counsel, had the pair shadowed, n of Abraham Lincoln, and then it dawned upon Sheridan that Renfrew was probably none other than Joh relied upon, at least by Union generals, and Sheridan's scout system was probably the most successfthese who successfully bore to General Grant, Sheridan's urgent I wish you were here, when, on the 5cided to ride at once through the darkness to Sheridan's side, and set forth with only a little escof treachery, you die.
Not until they reached Sheridan at midnight were they sure it was not a device campaigns of Grant, Lee, Sherman, Johnston, Sheridan, Stuart, Thomas, Hood, Hooker, Burnside, and