Statistics for occurrence #1 of “General Meade” in chapter 2.21 of John Esten Cooke, Wearing of the Gray: Being Personal Portraits, Scenes, and Adventures of War.:
...ult of the bloody actions of these three memorable days.
Their nerve was unshaken, their confidence in Lee and themselves unimpaired.
Longstreet said truly that he desired nothing better than for General Meade to attack his positionthat his men would have given the Federal troops a reception such as they had given Pickett.
The stubborn resolution of the Army of Northern Virginia was thus unbroken-but the...
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