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e Roanoke Valley road, which sweeps in a curve from Hicksford junction, on the Petersburg and Weldon road, westward to Clarkesville, a distance of twenty-two miles. This point is on the south bank of the Roanoke, near the junction of the Dan and Stauhnston off, or reach the vicinity of the Danville road as soon as he does, General Sherman has to move from Raleigh to Clarkesville, when he will be twenty-two miles from Hicksford junction, the nearest point of railroad communication with General Grline of the Roanoke river, near the junction of the Dan and Staunton, or further west, on the line of the Dan, between Clarkesville and Boston, on the Danville road. By taking the line of the Dan on which to give battle, Lee would have Sherman on the can be succored by Grant — into consideration, it is reasonable to suppose that either the line of the Roanoke, near Clarkesville, or the line of the Dan, to the westward of it, will be the scene of battle. If General Sherman pushes forward on the