HEADQUARTERS TENTH CORPS,
November 10, 1864-11.07 p. m.
Have the Two hundred and fifth Pennsylvania Volunteers returned yet? Do you feel strong enough to hold your lines? Have you, in addition to your 4,000 infantry, any heavy artillery serving as infantry?
A. H. TERRY,
HDQRS. PROVISIONAL DIVISION, ARMY OF THE JAMES,
In the Field, Va., November 10, 1864.
Commanding Army of the James:
The Two hundred and fifth Pennsylvania Volunteers have not reported. I have no heavy artillery serving as infantry with the exception of two companies as Spring Hill, on the south bank of the Appomattox.
We shall do our best to hold the line in case of attack.
CHARLES K. GRAHAM,
WASHINGTON, D. C.,
November 11, 1864-3 p. m.
Troops sent North have been ordered back to their commands. When will you be up to make annual report?
H. W. HALLECK,
Major-General and Chief of Staff.
CITY POINT, VA., November 11, 1864-5 p. m.
(Received 5,40 p. m.)
Major General H. W. HALLECK,
Chief of Staff:
The Secretary of War has excused me from making a report until the and of this campaign. I could not go now, as the enemy has been very busy last night and to-day moving troops, apparently with the intention of attacking both south of the Appomattox and north of the James; probably the latter to be the main attack, if any is made.
U. S. GRANT,
HEADQUARTERS ARMY OF THE POTOMAC,
November 11, 1864.
Honorable E. M. STANTON,
Secretary of War:
SIR: In compliance with the order of the Department, I have this day turned over to Lieutenant Colonel J. H. Taylor the persons of Jeremiah McKibbin, John Riehl, Frank Biern, Robert S. Miles, and Patrick Carrigan, arrested by be and charged respectively with circulating fraudulent poll-books in Pennsylvania regiments, tending to vitiate the elec-