7th the corps was reviewed near Bealeton by Gen. Meade, and made a fine appearance.
A corps reviewn between the Rappahannock and the Rapidan.— Gen. Meade: Testimony before Committee on the Conduct oreet's corps for that purpose, which decided Gen. Meade to assume the offensive at once, and was theully, but the fact was developed later that Gen. Meade was on the point of pushing his offensive opnforce the Army of the Cumberland.
This put Gen. Meade, in turn, on the defensive; but, by the arri:
Protected by order of Gen. Meade.
The same notice was conspicuously posteations to those of the enemy.
It seems that Gen. Meade learned on the morning of the 12th that the , of being within easy aiding distance in case Meade offered battle, which he contemplated doing atne of retreat or line of communication open. Gen. Meade: Testimony before the Committee on the Condu to the high ground we were occupying, where Gen. Meade had resolved to give battle.
In the eveni