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were at Sugar Loaf, five miles up the peninsula. Whiting's letter to Butler, February 28, 1865.—Report on Copromptly forwarded from Richmond. On the 19th, General Whiting, in command at Wilmington, reported: Informatiohells had driven the gunners to the bomb-proofs. Whiting says the gunners were in no instance driven from thThese statements of the rebel losses are taken from Whiting's letter to Butler of February 28th, which I have fer of a dispatch from the chief of artillery of General Whiting to bring a light battery within the fort, and ay troops arrived, except four hundred of Hagood's. Whiting also stated in his report: The garrison remained stButler's six thousand five hundred. According to Whiting, on December 18th, there were 667 men in the garris was not captured because the parapet was reached. Whiting and Lamb brought up their men, encouraging and cheebeen captured were made prisoners, including Major-General Whiting and Colonel Lamb, the commandant of the fort
G. movement north of James river, October 28, 1864, III., 123; Wilmington expedition 225; at Fort Fisher, 315, 323; at Bermuda Hundred, 442; enters Richmond, 536; restores order, 543. Weldon railroad, connections of, II., 242; first movement towards, 382; seizure of, 514-519; Warren's movements against, December, 1864, III., 226, 246. Wheeler, General, in command of rebel cavalry in Georgia, III., 287; in front of Sherman's army, 289; skirmishing with Kilpatrick's cavalry, 293. Whiting, General, in command in Wilmington, III., 312; capture of, at Fort Fisher, 343. White, Captain, gallant feat of, i., 319. Wilcox, General O. B., in East Tennessee, i., 484; at Spottsylvania, II., II., 148, 149; at Cemetery hill, 480-490; at battle of Ream's station, 530. Wilderness, battle of the, II., 106-125; observations and reflections on, 127-131; results of, 131. Wilmington stripped of its garrison, III., 223; only important rebel seaport in 1864, 224; Weitzel's expedition agai