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army of Potoed as far as Front Royal, on its way to rejoin Meade; but after his third defeat, Early did not ven as to direct the return of the Sixth corps to Meade, had not abandoned his views in regard to the ct the enemy's attention to that quarter.
General Meade, said Grant, will move from our left, withn,
This was the number reported to Grant by Meade as available for the operation. leaving the reght and rear of them, they begin to give way.
Meade's order to Parke, however, contained these wor not completed thus far and was weakly manned.—Meade's Report of the Operation, October 28.
Theere struck, and one was killed.
Officers of Meade and Hancock now came up to report the situatioould not have been avoided, even if foreseen.
Meade has been censured for halting Hancock at Burgeeme.
Grant entirely approved of the action of Meade, but he seriously complained of the delay of C