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e, 545; in command of Ninth corps, II., 489; at Poplar Spring church and Peeble's farm, III., 75, 76; at Hatcher's run, 116-118; in front of Richmond, 441; at Fort Steadman, 445, 447; in front of Petersburg, 452; assaults on Petersburg, 506-519, 532; in Appomattox campaign, 550. Payne, General, in attack on Fort Fisher, III., 336. Peace party, disloyal course of, at the North, III., 13. Peeble's farm, seizure of, III., 75. Pennypacker, General G., at Fort Fisher, III 336. Pemberton, fort, attack on, i., 172. Pemberton, John C., in command in front of Grant, May, 1863, i., 212; Vicksburg campaign, 212-294; alarm at Grant's operations round Vicksburg, 212; at Vicksburg, 219; deceived by Grant's manoeuvres, 237; disobeys Johnston, 241, 255; battle of Champion's hill, 256-271; battle of Black river bridge, 275; flight to Vicksburg 287; siege of Vicksburg, 299, 37; surrender of Vicksburg, 370, 385. Petersburg, objective point of any force attacking Richmond from the so