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Chapter 20: from Spottsylvania to Cold Harbor Another Slide to the east, and another, and another the armies straining like two Coursers, side by side, for the next goal Grant waiting for reinforcements Lee seriously Indisposed one of his three corps commanders disabled by wounds, another by sickness Mickey and the
We almost began to hope that Grant had gotten enough.
Even his apparent, yes, real, success at the Salient did not embolden him to attack again at Spottsylvania.
He had retired without any serious fighting at Hanover Junction or North Anna, and after feeling our position about Atlee's, he had once more slipped away fr s would have retired and given it up long ago. Was he about to do so?
The fact is, Grant was waiting for reinforcements.
He had been heavily reinforced at Spottsylvania after the 12th of May, but not up to the measure of his desires, or of his needs, either; for he really needed more men-and more, and more.
He needed them, he