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Chapter 10 Grant crosses the Pamunkey manoeuvering for position Grant interviews a prisoner region of the Totopotomoy Grant Seizes old Cold Harbor W. F. Smith's troops join the Army of the Potomac Grant Disciplines a teamster Grant's fondness for horses moving into position the halt at Bethesda Church As soon as all the commands had safely recrossed the North Anna, General Grant set out on the morning of May 27, and marched with the troops in the new movement to the left
out with the evident intention of turning our left, and made a heavy attack, but was repulsed, and forced to fall back, after suffering a severe loss, particularly in field-officers.
About noon Grant received word that transports bringing W. F. Smith's troops from Butler's army were beginning to arrive at White House; and they were ordered to move forward at once, and join the Army of the Potomac. General Grant thought that it was not improbable that the enemy would endeavor to throw troop