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om Suffolk, crossing the Blackwater and cutting the Weldon road at Stony creek; Col. R. West, with 1,500 more ed. He did a little harm also to the Lynchburg and Weldon road; making his way circuitously but safely thencee, lie turned abruptly to his right, and struck the Weldon road at Reams's station, where he burned the depot hem, and intent on their destruction. Striking the Weldon road at Stony creek, June 28. they were again co--but Warren held his ground, fortified it; and the Weldon road was lost to the enemy. Yet, though Warren'sWarren was well aware that his position astride the Weldon road was not adapted to tranquillity, and governed that number; but he had lost and we had gained the Weldon road. Hancock, returned from the north of the James, had moved rapidly to the Weldon road in the rear of Warren. Striking Aug. 21. it at Reams's station, Confederates than that which began on the Rapidan and ended in front of Petersburg and across the Weldon road.
am, 206. Meade, Gen. George G., at Gaines's Mill, 156; at Malvern Hill, 162; at South Mountain, 198; at Antietam, 205-6; at Fredericksburg, 347; at Chancellorsville, 361; succeeds Gen. Hooker in command, 375; fights Lee at Gettysburg, 380-388; his caution, 389; holds a council of war, 392; crosses the Potomac and fights in Manassas Gap, 393; Lee chases him up to Centerville, 396; his advance to Mine Run, 399 to 402; advances into the Wilderness, 566; at Cold Harbor, 583; fails to hold the Weldon road, 587; pursues Lee, 743. Meagher, Brig.-Gen. T. F., at Gaines's Mill, 162; at Antietam, 208; at Fredericksburg, 345. Mechanicsville, Va., battle of, 153; Unionists withdraw from, 155. Meigs, M. C., Quartermaster-General, 433. Memphis, Tenn., gunboat fight near, 56; 57; surrender of to Federals, 57; Gen. Grant at, 394. Merrill, Col., triumphs at Hartsville, 447. Merrimac, Rebel iron-clad, in Hampton roads fight, 115-120; destruction (if, 127-8. Merritt's brigade, 389