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The capture of Petersburg-meeting President Lincoln in Petersburg-the capture of Richmond --pursuing the ene
orm to the gauge of our cars and locomotives.
Mr. Lincoln was at City Point at the time, and had been for s ng after the capture of Petersburg, I telegraphed Mr. Lincoln asking him to ride out there and see me, while I President arrived.
About the first thing that Mr. Lincoln said to me, after warm congratulations for the vi d with him frequently and fully by telegraph.
Mr. Lincoln knew that it had been arranged for Sherman to joi ure the only army they had been engaged with.
Mr. Lincoln said he saw that now, but had never thought of it advance.
When our conversation was at an end Mr. Lincoln mounted his horse and started on his return to Ci the capture of Richmond.
Soon after I left President Lincoln I received a dispatch from General Weitzel whi ally they took water and crossed over.
I left Mr. Lincoln and started, as I have already said, to join the