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ef command of all the armies. The position of General Meade, who was at that time in command of the Army of went a grave change through Grant's promotion. Both Meade and Grant behaved very well. Meade suggested to GraMeade suggested to Grant that he might wish to have immediately under him Sherman, who had been serving with Grant in the West. He bis incident gave me even a more favorable opinion of Meade than did his great victory at Gettysburg the July beexpect the most efficient service. He tried to make Meade's position as nearly as possible what it would have ders for the movements of the Army of the Potomac to Meade for execution, and to avoid the necessity of having rs himself, he established his headquarters close to Meade's whenever he could. Meade's position, however, wasMeade's position, however, was undoubtedly a somewhat embarrassing one; but its embarrassment was not increased by soreness on his part, or b and with the grand review in the following month of Meade's and Sherman's armies by the new President, Mr. Joh