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Chapter 28: Grant at City Point simplicity of camp life traits of President Lincoln
nal character of Grant
wife and children at City Point
preparations for Sherman's anton
relations of Stanton and Grant.
At City Point Grant lived a life of great simplicity.
Aft character; and as we sat around our fire at City Point, he told stories by the hour of adventures i s can I remember, during that long winter at City Point, when every one was asleep but the commander astrous; it was he who, seated in his hut at City Point, balanced the armies, and put his troops fir as and Sherman.
Grant himself remained at City Point, closely watching every contingency, and hol y quarter of the field, Grant travelled from City Point to Burlington, New Jersey, where his childre alley by Lee, and Grant sent word at once to City Point: Should such a thing occur, telegraph me, an atisfied this is so, send the Sixth corps to City Point without delay.
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