an give them.
Thus, at the time when to General Meade it seemed the firing is so near, it plainllace I could communicate by telegraph with General Meade during the night.
General Meade's headquaGeneral Meade's headquarters were distant four and a half miles, being near where the Vaughan Road crosses Hatcher's Run. M., I received the following dispatch from General Meade, written 7.30 P. M.:
Dispatch from Ghad sent the order last quoted, I informed General Meade what I had done, as follows:
I issuene P. M. I wrote the following dispatch to General Meade:
I think we will have an infantry baylight.
It will be seen by a dispatch of General Meade to General Grant, dated six A. M. (given hrcept the enemy.
The officer that brought General Meade this information from General Sheridan, beat authority and belief.
The order from General Meade placing me under General Sheridan's ordersof Lee's army.
I received an order from General Meade, after joining General Sheridan, to report[15 more...]