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Richmond Howitzers. [from the Richmond, Va., Times, March 10th and 24th, 1895.] Facts about the battery during the Appomattox campaign. Extracts from official records which throw Light on many questions whose solution has been wanting. The reports of the Appomattox campaign embraced in Volume 46 of the Official Re
hand, by way of contrast, here is a report (p. 1234) of a division commissary of the 25th corps of Grant's army, in which he says: During the entire march from James river to Appomattox Courthouse, the troops have had issued to them full marching rations, and have not been a day without food.
It is small wonder that men thus supp n.
It was a matter of individual judgment as to the end of the war. The large majority judged that it was over, and made their way home or to the north side of James river as quickly as possible, where in some safety they could learn the actual state of affairs, and whether the army was really surrendered.
The farewells were spok