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Chapter 24 Capture of Fort Fisher the Dutch Gap Canal Grant Receives Unasked advice Grant Relieves Butler Sherman's loyalty to
ate information in regard to the circumstances and conditions at Fort Fisher, he decided to send another expedition, and to put it in charge sure that he would never relinquish his determination to take Fort Fisher, and would immediately take steps to retrieve the failure which nor did he even say whether he would send another expedition to Fort Fisher: but on January 2 he telegraphed to Butler, Please send Major-ge edition.
He said: The object is to renew the attempt to capture Fort Fisher, and in case of success to take possession of Wilmington.
It is trench yourself in a position from which you can operate against Fort Fisher, and not to abandon it until the fort is captured or you receive made to him, beginning with the famous powder-boat sent against Fort Fisher, and closed the conversation by saying: This is a very suggestiv