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Chapter 12: operations against Richmond. Movements of the Army of the James, 317. seizure of City Point and its vicinity, 318. operations in Southeastern Virginia, 319. Confederate troops called from Charleston to the defense of Petersburg and Richmond, 320. events between Petersburg and Richmond, 321, 322. Union cavalry raid under General Kautz, 323. advance of the Army of the Potomac from Spottsylvania Court House, 324. the armies on the North Anna in a race for Richmond, 3
such victories, for strength was quickly imparted to both posts.
When the movement of Butler and the arrival of Gillmore with troops from Charleston harbor was first known to the Confederates at Richmond, Beauregard was ordered to hasten from Charleston to the latter place, with all possible dispatch, with the troops under his command there, others drawn from Georgia and Florida, and such as he might gather in his passage through North Carolina.
He instantly obeyed, and when General Kautz str