On June 17, 1864, Major General Benjamin F. Butler wrote to Lieutenant General U.S. Grant agreeing to rescind his order to relieve Major General Quincy A. Gillmore of his command of the Tenth Army Corps.
Hdqrs. Dept. of Virginia and North Carolina
In the Field, June17, 1864
Commanding Armies of the United States
General: I send you the withdrawal of so much of my special order as relieves Major-General Gillmore, according to your request, to take date as of the day of its issue, upon the supposition that it is to be operative and simultaneous with yours, relieving him at his request.
BENJ. F. BUTLER
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- Benjamin F. Butler
- Letter from U.S. Grant to Benjamin F. Butler
- Quincy A. Gillmore
- Special Orders (Department of Virginia and North Carolina) (Unnumbered 6/14/1864)
- Special Orders (Department of Virginia and North Carolina) (Unnumbered 6/17/1864)
- Special Orders, No. 36 (Headquarters, Armies of the United States)
- Ulysses S. Grant
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