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Part II-Reports, Union and Confederate Correspondence, etc......
Operations in Kentucky, Southwest Virginia, Tennesseo, Mississippi, Alabama, and North Georgia
(the Atlanta Campaign excepted). May 1-November 13, 1864.
Part II–Union and Confederate Correspondence, etc
VOLUME XL-IN THREE PARTS.
Part II-.Union and Confederate Correspondence, etc
Part II-Union and Confederate Correspondence, etc
Part III–Union and Confederate Correspondence, etc
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OPERATIONS IN SOUTHEASTERN VIRGINIA AND
August 1-December 31, 1864.
SUMMARY OF THE PRINCIPAL EVENTS,
Ang. 1-Dec. 31, 1864.—The Richmond (Virginia) Campaign.
29, 1864.-Action in Scuppernong River, N. C.* Oct. 11-13, 1864.–Scout from Camp Palmer to Gum Swamp, Ņ. C. 15-17, 1864.-Expedition from Bernard's Mills to Murfree's Station, Va., and
skirmish (16th) at the Blackwater. 16-18, 1864.- Expedition from City Point into Surry County, Va. 27–28, 1864.—Destruction of the Confoderate ram Albemarlo, at Plymouth,
6-10, 1864.-Expedition from Portsmouth, Va., to Hertford, N. C.
15, 1864. —Expedition from Fort Monroe to Pagan Creek, Va. 20-22, 1864. —Engagement at Poplar Point, N. C.
AUGUST 1-DECEMBER 31, 1864.-The Richmond (Virginia) Campaign. I
SUMMARY OF THE PRINCIPAL EVENTS.
1, 1864.–Skirmish at Deep Bottom.
* For Union naval reports, see Annual Report of tho Secretary of the Navy, December 4, 1865.
+ For Union naval reports, see Annual Report of the Secretary of the Navy, Deceinber 5, 1864.
Continued from Vol. XL, and, in addition to the separate events here enumerated, embracing the siege of Petersburg and Richmond.
♡ Of some of the minor conflicts noted in this Summary no circumstantial reports are on file. 1 R R-VOL XLII, PT
Aug. 7, 1864.—Maj. Gen. Philip H. Sheridan, U. S. Army, assigned to temporary
command of the Middle Military Division. 9, 1864.-Explosion at City Point.
Affair near Sycamore Church.
Bottom (including combats at Fussell's Mill, Gravel Hill,
City Road, New Market Road, &c.).
Tavern, Yellow House, and Blick's Station).
Action on the Vaughan Road, near Reams' Station.
mand of the Army of the James. 31, 1864.–Skirmish near the Davis House. Sept. 2, 1864.-Reconnaissance beyond Yellow Tavern, on Weldon Railroad.
3, 1864.—Affair near Sycamore Church.
the Eighteenth Army Corps.
of the Army of the James.
the Army of the James.
15, 1864.–Reconnaissance toward Dinwiddie Court-House, and skirmish. 16–17, 1864.-Affair at Coggins' Point (16th) and pursuit of the Confederates.
19, 1864.–Scout to Lee's Mill and Proctor's House.
the Eighteenth Army Corps.
Fort Gilmer, New Market Heights, and Laurel Hill). 29-Oct. 2, 1864.–Battle of Poplar Spring Church (including combats at Wyatt's,
Peebles', and Pegram's Farms, Chappell House, and Vaughan
Road). Oct. 1, 1861.-Bvt. Maj. Gen. Godfrey Weitzel, U. S. Army, in temporary com
mand of the Eighteenth Army Corps. 7, 1864.—Engagement on the Darbytown and New Market Roads (including
combats at Johnson's Farm and Four-Mile Creek).
of the Tenth Army Corps.
13, 1864.—Engagement on the Darlıytown Road.
mand of his army corps. 27, 1864.-Skirmish in front of Fort Morton and Fort Sedgwick. * For Union naval reports, see Annual Report of the Secretary of the Navy, December 5, 1864.