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Chapter XVIII At Washington meeting Secretary Stanton interview with President Lincoln made commander of the cavalry Corps of the Army of the Potomac its officers General Meade's method of using cavalry opening of the campaign Spottsylvania C. H. a difference with General Meade preparing to fight Stuart's cavalry. Accompanied by Captain Forsyth and Lieutenant Moore, I arrived in Washington on the morning of April, 4, 1864, and stopped at Willard's Hotel, where, staying temporarily, were many officers of the Army of the Potomac en route to their commands from leave at the North. Among all these, however, I was an entire stranger, and I cannot now recall that I met a single individual whom I had ever before known. With very little delay after reaching my hotel I made my way to General Halleck's headquarters and reported to that officer, having learned in the meantime that General Grant was absent from the city. General Halleck talked to me for a few minutes,